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webbrowan
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7/22/2016 | 5:47:46 AM
Re: The Security Implications of Connected Cars
Technology is so vast today and is growing rapidly as days go by. Hence, it is indeed highly anticipated for the industry to boom at a very fast pace. A lot of financing will definitely be required along the way but the end result will eventually compensate all the hard work.
Broadway0474
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3/31/2016 | 9:22:24 PM
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@Ashu, I agree that I don't think this come to Jesus moment is here yet. Give the technology another few years ---- once the industry gets the regs it wants in place ---- and then they will have to really start convincing the public of the safety of these thingies. Then they will need to put their own kids inside one of them!
Ashu001
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3/31/2016 | 9:54:29 AM
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Broadway,

Fair enough!

But don't be very surprised if they back-off from taking their kids along for the ride.

LOL!!!

The fact of the matter is even they don't believe that Technology is safe at present.

 
Broadway0474
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Broadway0474,
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3/29/2016 | 11:03:18 PM
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Ashu, I stand by my insinuation that it should be the same tech execs who plan to sell and profit largely from these driverless cars. Instead of going on 60 Minutes to talk about shipping packages by drone, these execs could create great hooplah by taking a journalist, along with their family, for a ride in one of these cars.
Ashu001
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3/28/2016 | 10:51:15 AM
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Broadway,

Fair enough statements made by you here.

Basically somebody has to bell the cat.

So who will it be?

Seeing the Problems that the recent Google Cars have faced recently I won't be the first one to do so.

 
Broadway0474
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Broadway0474,
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3/13/2016 | 9:26:53 PM
Re: The Security Implications of Connected Cars
Someone's got to play the role of the mayor in Flint, Michigan. Or was it the governor? Either way, you'll need tech exec to put their kids in their driverless cars to prove thta they are safe, whether they are safe or not.
Ashu001
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3/10/2016 | 10:21:42 AM
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Broadway,

Until they perfect the Technology well,I am keeping my Loved ones as far away from Driverless cars is possible.

Thanks but No Thanks.

I don't mind travelling in Driverless Metros (where there is only one train on a Track) but this is entirely another story today.

 
Ashu001
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3/10/2016 | 10:19:33 AM
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Susan,

Having seen the massive Nissan Leaf Security disaster upfront and in-person;I will continue to stay as far away from all  these Apps /Connected Cars as I can.

I am sure the market for non-connected Cars is not going to away anytime.Is there?

Let's face it-These car companies want to charge extra for these features-What if someone wants a bare-bones version instead????

 
tjgkg
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3/10/2016 | 9:58:46 AM
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Susan, tech has changed so much in the last 15 years. So much of it exists to make our life easier, and a bit more fun. And all that is positive. I'm just hoping the good guys can continue to stay ahead of the bad guys. There are so many avenues for the bad guys to access it is really astounding.
Susan Fourtané
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3/9/2016 | 11:56:49 AM
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tjgkg, 

Of course, I understand. If we have a quick look at the history of humanity we can see that since the very beginning there have been such people. This, innevitably, if something that won't change any time soon.

We just have to accept that with all the great things that new technologies will bring the same things will also be used for bad things by those nasty people.

I hope I could give you a more positive forecast, though. We'll see what happens. 

-Susan 
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