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Connectivity and the Law

Connected vehicles promise breakthroughs in safety and convenience.

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Connected vehicles promise breakthroughs in safety and convenience. But they also raise myriad questions about product liability, privacy, cyber attacks and data security.

Solutions to some of these issues are already well established, notes Jennifer Dukarski, who specializes in liability and regulatory matters for law firm Butzel Long. But she says resolving others will require a general regulatory framework buttressed by agencies and professional groups that provide specific standards and procedures.

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