The Trump administration will be unveiling revised guidance related to autonomous vehicles, dropping a contested proposal made under the Obama administration, Bloomberg reports. The new guidance will not include an Obama-era proposal designed to give federal safety regulators the ability to oversee automated vehicle safety. Several companies voiced their opinion over expanded authority in the field, including an agency having the ability to approve or reject a self-driving vehicle before it could be sold. A source familiar with the changes said the new guidance will change data sharing and privacy elements from the original policy.
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