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Who do you blame when driverless cars crash? – ABC News

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In the UK, people using self-driving cars might be allowed to watch television on built-in screens. So who do we blame if something goes wrong?
Plus, Netflix is losing subscribers and money. What does this mean for the future of streaming?
And, Google, Meta, and others will have to explain their algorithms under new EU legislation
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Alice Clarke, journalist and game reviewer
Sam Koslowski, co-founder of the Daily Aus
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