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U.S. House Passes Bill that could Limit China’s Access to Drivers’ Sensitive Data

The U.S. House unanimously approved H.R. 7520, the Promoting Americans’ Data from Foreign Adversaries Act of 2024. This bill would make it illegal for a data broker to sell, lease, rent, trade, transfer, release, disclose, provide access to, or otherwise make available sensitive data of a United States individual to any foreign adversary or entity controlled by a foreign adversary. This language could make it harder for the data collected by automotive repair facilities to get in the hands of malicious actors, like the Chinese government.