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Tesla Hit Parked Police Car 'While Using Autopilot'

By Staff Reporters, BBC NEWS

May 30, 2018

The driver suffered minor injuries and told police she was using the car's driver-assisting Autopilot mode.

The crash has similarities to other incidents, including a fatal crash in Florida where the driver's "over-reliance on vehicle automation" was determined as a probable cause.

Warning, Drivers: Your Car Can Cruise On Its Own, But You're Still Responsible

By Marco della Cava, USA TODAY

May 29, 2018…

Car companies battling for their share of $2 trillion in annual global auto sales increasingly lean on shiny tech that takes over some of the driving from humans.

Aetna Sues Plaintiffs Firm, Consumer Watchdog in HIV Patient Privacy Debacle

The insurance giant was originally sued in federal court in Philadelphia after it mailed notifications to patients about how to fill their HIV drug prescriptions that clearly identified them in envelope windows


May 25, 2018

Poll: More Than 9 In 10 In Key States Concerned About Driverless Cars

By Luis Sanchez, THE HILL

May 22, 2018…

More than 90 percent of people in a handful of key states are concerned about the safety of driverless cars, according to a poll released by an advocacy group on Tuesday.

Big Utilities Are Desperately Trying To Stick Customers For The Bills From California Wildfires

By Michael Hiltzik, LOS ANGELES TIMES

May 4, 2018…

Does there exist anywhere a whinier, more petulant, more entitled gang of businesses than California's big utility companies?…


If your doctor was on probation for an incident, say, involving medical malpractice, you’d probably want to know about it and maybe even want to change doctors, right?

But what about if your doctor was on probation for billing negligence? Would you feel the same way?