Not quite. I've actually read about the Google vehicle
Hope the reading included the fact that they are not yet approved for use in most jurisdictions of the world. By the time they are approved, much might change, so your reading about a trial vehicle amounts to zilch. Which is what I mean by you also only commenting on YOUR imagination of what the "car" would be like, and not on facts. Because facts don't exist yet.
AND there are other autonomous car projects besides Google's. No doubt you have proof that Google's will be the one that is adopted, unchanged.
The idea that a human can opt to control the car (the topic of this discussion) is not an assumption, it is the way the car actually works, from the documentation provided thus far
Right, and laws have never been known to be made on the basis of imagined threats. "Think of the *" is a statement I am inventing right now with no history of being used for overreaching laws.
from the laws written so far.
And laws never change on the basis of new technology, especially when the technology starts getting spread wide. Got it.
Your NSA paranoia is your own, I don't share that at all and I will vote accordingly.
Yes, because Snowden's allegations have been proven utterly baseless.