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Google car gets pulled over, Snapchat charges for filters

Even self-driving cars get stopped by cops, in this case for going too slow. Meanwhile, Snapchat begins charging for silly selfie lens filters.

Google won't let its cars drive faster than 25 mph during real-world road tests. But while Google plays it safe, Ford is putting its self-driving cars to the test in some harsher conditions (like winter).

Watch CNET Update for the latest news in the world of self-driving cars. Also, Google is taking steps to push for stronger email encryption. And for those that prefer self-destructing messages, Facebook is testing disappearing messages, and Snapchat is charging for selfie filters. Lucky for me, I don't need filters to make ugly faces:

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