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This digest has been prepared to assist [[policymaker]]s in anticipating, working through, and resolving the legal [[policy]] issues that may be associated with [[driverless vehicle]]s. It provides [[policymaker]]s with an introduction to how civil and criminal liability may adhere to [[driverless vehicle]]s, the implications of these vehicles for [[privacy]] and [[security]], how these vehicles are likely to become subject to and potentially alter prevailing automobile insurance regimes, and other related topics.
 
This digest has been prepared to assist [[policymaker]]s in anticipating, working through, and resolving the legal [[policy]] issues that may be associated with [[driverless vehicle]]s. It provides [[policymaker]]s with an introduction to how civil and criminal liability may adhere to [[driverless vehicle]]s, the implications of these vehicles for [[privacy]] and [[security]], how these vehicles are likely to become subject to and potentially alter prevailing automobile insurance regimes, and other related topics.
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