Another critic slams time-pressured driverless car bill

Another critic of the self-driving car legislation (S. 1885 (115)) was not convinced by revised text produced by Senate sponsors this week. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), incoming chairwoman of House Energy and Commerce subpanel with jurisdiction over driverless cars, said the draft “falls woefully short in terms of passenger safety, data security, privacy and regulatory accountability.”