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DMV Finally Releases Self-Driving Cars Accident Reports

The California Department of Motor Vehicles has reversed its policy and today said it would release accident reports about crashes involving self-driving cars that are being tested on public roads. Google is testing the most robot cars on California’s roads.

As of May 15, the most recent data provided by the DMV shows the Internet giant is testing 23 cars and has 180 drivers.

John Simpson Asks About Google's Driverless Car Safety Record At Google Meeting

 
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Google Shareholders Meeting
 
Consumer Watchdog's John M. Simpson, a Google shareholder, raised the questions about the privacy and safety issues involving Google's driverless cars during the question-and-answer portion of Google's annual shareholders' meeting.

KABC TV-7 Los Angeles: Consumer Watchdog Questions Safety Of Self-Driving Cars

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KABC TV-7 Los Angeles
 
A Santa Monica-based nonprofit organization is blasting Google's self-driving cars, calling into question their safety and reliability. Consumer Watchdog released a video this week following the technology company's report that the cars had been involved in a total of 11 accidents since the program began six years ago.

Should Google Hide Accident Reports?

Google should release the reports of accidents involving its driverless cars that have been filed with the California Department of Motor Vehicles and to commit to making public all future driverless car accident reports.

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