my understanding is that autopilot makes you keep your hands on the wheel, or it will simply pull over to the side of the road and stop. And yes, tesla very very clearly states that you are responsible for maintaining supervision over the car while in autopilot mode. No blame is being shifted. It was always the responsibility of the driver using a BETA feature that requires they pay attention to what it is doing. Surely a passenger in a similar situation would have been screaming at the driver to stop/watchout/etc.
i don't think anyone is seriously arguing that autonomous cars will get to 0 accidents, just that as soon as they are better than humans that will start saving lives and reducing costs for insurance companies. I really think it'll be the insurance companies that end up driving the adoption of autos.
Socialism via bail out the rich Bush/Obama/Hillary IS socialism's out come. You require the intellect of a fool to not see that socialism is just a farce to centralize economic power inside the government instead of outside the government where it must remain.
Every time you vote for a socialist, you actually do not get socialism... you get corruption with added power and wealth for the ruling elite.
Socialism is a pipe dream for losers that never grokked reality.
I dont understand what the whole fuss is all about. In many countries around the world the policy is that all telcos maintain data for a given amount of time, and metadata also. And its also known that any company that uses enryption for data comunication must provide keys to government if requested, and they do, which is actually what the article says. There have been many cases where VPN providers, for example, gave keys to data and access to logs when request was made by local law enforcement agencies. VPN providers, for example, have the right to refuse foreign agencies. All this is some sensationalist bull - keys to the internet...ROFL! P.S. in Australia this already been done, wake up, no one caress.
So where is the privacy switch in my phone? Wait, there is none by design, so I cannot prevent these searches. Once there is a switch, and I decide to keep info available then we can talk about expectation of privacy. Note, that private info is entirely irrelevant for the phone to operate and was inserted by manufacturers at gov,s request.