House moves quickly to pass self-driving technology law technology law

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Congressmen are expected to accelerate the testing of ‘unmanned ground vehicles’ on public roadways and highways; Fox Senior Capitol Hill producer Chad Pergram reports for ‘Special Report’ .

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Eco Tech .com 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

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Bob Crestwood 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Terrorists will love the new driverless cars. They won't need to lose members to suicide bombings any more. They can just send one of those driverless cars into a crowd of people, preferably with a bomb on board, and they can keep doing that over and over without losing any of their members. Instant terrorism without the risk.

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Gordon LeCroy 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

"It's happening in China, India, and western Europe." You idiots! That's the best reason not to do it. Does the bill limit the tech company liability when people start getting killed?

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DeMeaning Plebny 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

This is all cute and fuzzy until one causes a fatal accident and the car manufacturer gets the shit sued out of them and that will be the end of this silliness.

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Jamey Cordery 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

No thanks. Let the people vote on it, please!

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Commercial Art Services 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

The Bill bars states from banning self driving cars… Sounds like a another criminal monopoly.

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rudai123 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Way to put 8 million workers out of work! Pathetic Congress.

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The Random Blind Guy 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Never did they mention the blind community… LOL
As a blind person myself… I think it's great, what's not so great, is that this technology has been talked about for a long time, for you sighted people it sounds annoying but for the blind community it's something that we are very ready for
And as far as all the technical issues well I just want to get in a car and be able to run my errands and take my girl to dinner…

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Lord_NeKr0 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Goodbye DUIs! Now I can ride drunk!

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magaiver 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

I really really really hope UBER gets hacked.

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Ako 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

peaceful cars

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ThrummerOfLove 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Imagine you are a scrawny, annoying oriental businessman. Then a disgruntled associate hires a Hacker to drive you into the worst black neighborhood imaginable, where your car just goes around wrecking people's front yards,and honking the horn. Then it shuts down completely with the doors unlocked and the windows open.

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Fitztastico 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

I'm excited for self driving cars

But I do see great irony in a bill that prevents states from banning self driving cars coming from Republicans, the party that champions small government and opposes federal mandates exactly like that

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Bob Crestwood 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Congress wants to fast track driverless cars so US companies can dominate the market. But haste makes waste. They are creating many dangers. The biggest danger is hackers. If you think hackers wreak havoc with people's computers now, think what would happen if those hacked computers are driving people's cars! Think of how many people will die when the computers driving their cars are hacked into! The hackers will lay low during the testing phase, so the govt will be fooled into thinking they're safe. Then when we start buying them and letting them drive us around, the hackers will have a field day, and all hell will break loose.

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Wesley Morgan 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

this is nothing more then bought and paid for legislation brought to you by corrupt politicians for the profit of the few at the cost of Americans safety and freedom .

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hudson steele 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Get on that WALL! Jobs! DACA! Bunch of lazy heifers!

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Tom13 O'Clock 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

This will never happen. . The first time someone makes a driverless car bomb, they will pull the plug on it. THIS WOULD BE A GREAT WEAPON! Antifa and Islam wont stand a chance against this. BOOM!

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DO NOT RESPOND 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

All house votes of yes should be test dummies for this tech!

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Rob R 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Well Shit get ready for your car to self drive you off the cliff

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xearther 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

When far from proven technology is placed on public roadways it will be a murder weapon.

Relatives of the dead will be able to follow the trail of blood to every "yes" vote in Congress.

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Couch gaming news 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Lazy assholes

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BornA HawkEye 26/02/2022 - 6:59 Chiều

Nah I'll keep my 98' Chevy Lumina that goes where I drive and doesn't shut down at a decenting opinion. They want to control the masses they give two shits about the quoted number of deaths per year. They will force you out into one by making insurance for your manual driven car to expensive to afford. Next get ready for fingerprint payments and cashless society.

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