Privacy advocates anxious about smart cars

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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) -- Technology can ensure your car stays in the proper lane and even apply the brakes if you are in an accident.

This week’s Virginia Motor Trend International Auto Show features some new models that have their own computers systems designed to keep you safe, help you navigate and even blast your phone calls through the car's speaker system.

But some privacy advocates are concerned that smarter cars could put your personal information at risk.

Watch the video above for CBS 6 senior reporter Wayne Covil’s report.