May 302012
 
 May 30, 2012  Laws

Jerry Hirsch reports:

A consumer group says a bill that would allow self-driving cars on California’s roads does not do enough to protect privacy.

The bill, SB 1298, sponsored by Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima), has passed the California Senate and is awaiting Assembly consideration in June. It establishes guidelines for “autonomous vehicles” to be tested and operated in California.

It has flown through the Legislature, passing the Senate unanimously.

Read more on The Los Angeles Times.

  One Response to “Consumer group says self-driving cars pose privacy risk”

  1. I don’t get the issue with it not protecting your privacy? They make it how they want and if you don’t like then don’t drive one.

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