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  • bjstex

    Very interesting. This type of scenario is getting increasingly common. You want cheaper car insurance? Just let your insurer monitor your driving habits. You want cheaper healthcare? Just take this genetic test (in a future with different laws, of course). It will be very interesting to see how much privacy people are willing to forego as the financial benefit to doing so increases.

    • LostLogin

      Yeah, this really should be a cause for concern. Hopefully the more people resist these kind of schemes the faster they fade out.

      • Astrobiology

        This is no way to compete with Google Fiber, especially in Texas. This is more pathetic than Time Warner's attempt to save their Austin customer base.

    • Splitfish

      I would never install that crap in my car to save $20 per month. And I don't even mess around when I drive.

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