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Consumer groups say Senate's revamped self-driving car bill fails to resolve cyber, safety concerns

December 06, 2018 |
Maggie Miller
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Consumer advocacy groups on Wednesday criticized a new “staff draft” of the Senate's AV START Act, with multiple organizations saying the revised bill on self-driving vehicles still comes up short on protecting consumers from cyber and other physical threats.

The staff draft of the AV START Act includes multiple provisions designed to address concerns that cybersecurity and privacy protections were not strong enough in the original bill. Despite this, groups including the Center for Auto Safety told Inside Cybersecurity...


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