The Case Against Driverless Cars
September 28, 2018
International Business Times spoke to Phil Yannella, who leads Ballard Spahr’s Privacy and Data Security Group, for an article about the risks involved in driverless automobile technology.
"All these connections increase the risk of hacking, just because there are many more entry points for hackers to exploit," Mr. Yannella said. “It will increase the risk that a coding bug could cause widespread damage, because an issue in one car could involve accidents with other cars that are communicating with that vehicle."
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