It turns out that the right-to-repair law passed in Massachusetts and uphold by courts “does essentially mean there would be no proper security controls preventing someone from remotely connecting into a car” and may not go into effect after all, although it’s complicated.

Here is ArsTechnica’s story – which mentions something I didn’t now, a federal right-to-repair law percolating through Congress. No way the GOP will back it, though.

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