Gallery: Consumer Watchdog Group Raises Opposition to Google’s Driverle...


Google’s driverless car is leading the way to a future of vehicles that use radar sensors and video cameras to keep vehicles moving along the road with little input from the driver. As some worry that current laws do not encompass the technology, the State of Nevada recently gave Google the world’s first license for a computer-controlled, driverless Toyota Prius. But not everyone is entirely comfortable with the new technology—Consumer Watchdog recently told the California Assembly’s Transportation Committee that Google’s driverless cars should not be allowed on the road without strong privacy protection.

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1 Comment

  1. Infinite July 7, 2012 at 3:08 pm

    I’m guessing panel is afraid that Self Driving cars will be busting speeders and rule breakers everywhere if Google shared the data with… say the California State Police.

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