That comparison is only fair if the world would be shocked and willing to pay to see photos of your tomatoes in compromising positions.
Take this random thought into consideration: arrest records. We've got a huge archive of them, and it is mostly meaningless data. We treat this data like it's the latest gossip, and yet it isn't fact checked against trials, convictions, dropped charges.
Nothing against police officers, but they make mistakes and ultimately the prosecutor and judge/jury decide if a crime actually occurred.
I know folks that were arrested and immediately had the charges dropped because it wasn't them. Yet that record still exists. What do these folks put on job applications that ask "Have you ever been arrested?" Even if the original was purged Google will find it.
And folks are thinking having EVEN MORE of this data out there is an advantage? If we weren't worried when Twitter became a "reputable" news source then i don't know what it takes to scare someone these days.
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History.—s. 1, ch. 2006-232.
Pretty sure that happened under Jeb's reign.
Makes dealing with government interesting.
"When there's no other dude in the car, the cost [of taking an Uber] gets cheaper than owning a vehicle."
Considering that they still need to make a profit on use of their vehicle, I don't see how this is possible. Especially considering a vehicle with enough tech to be self-driving.
Not only would they have to make enough profit to cover the initial investment of the vehicle, they'd also have to cover the loss of depreciation to remain profitable. And lets not even try to guess what insurance will be. Just because it's a self-driving vehicle doesn't mean it'll be immune from the other idiots on the road.