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Life in the (Regulated) Fast Lane: Companies Must Navigate Global Privacy Rules on Self-Driving Cars

The race is on to develop the best technology for autonomous vehicles, but there are also drives to increase regulation around the data these cars and trucks collect.

Clearly, it’s an exciting time to be in the autonomous car industry, and the race is on to develop the best tech first. But with an increasingly complex legal landscape, lawyers need to focus on compliance with evolving data privacy regulations.


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Last month, Google subsidiary Waymo launched its first self-driving fleet of trucks in Atlanta. The autonomous vehicle company’s announcement came only days after rival Uber Technologies Inc. said its self-driving trucks had hit the road in Arizona.

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