DENSE FOG ADVISORY

Until 10 AM

The National Weather Service issues a DENSE FOG ADVISORY for all of West Michigan until 10 AM.  Fog may linger in some locations until midday.  Light winds, ample moisture near the ground are encouraging the formation of dense fog.  Because temperatures are near freezing, a light coating of ice may form on some road surfaces making them slick.  Please keep it safe this morning as you head back to work and school.

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Report: GPS not as private as you think

WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) -The GPS location information in your car and on your smart phone may not be as private as you think.

That's according to the findings of a new federal report.

The report looked at six major automakers, including GM and Honda, and four technology groups like Garmin and Google Maps.

It found that all ten took some recommended privacy measures, but they still may be doing some things the general public doesn't know about.

For example, consumers can't even make a request that their location history associated with a particular car be permanently deleted.

The report also claims the companies' privacy policies are sometimes unclear, making it tough for people to even understand the potential risks.

There's currently no federal law that regulates GPS privacy, meaning it's not illegal for private companies to collect, use or sell your personal information.

We should mention there have been many proposals in congress to protect the privacy of GPS data.

However none of those have been signed into law.