Uber halts self-driving cars, Facebook hires auditor over privacy flap
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As Facebook deals with the fallout from a scandal involving misuse data from 50 million user accounts.
The company has said it's hired a digital forensic firm, to conduct an audit of Cambridge Analytica, an agency used by the Trump campaign, that received their data from a third party App developer.
Uber is halting it's self-driving car program after a woman was killed by an autonomous vehicle in Arizona.
While an operator was behind the wheel, the woman was struck walking outside of a cross walk.
As a result, Uber has paused other programs in Pittsburgh, Toronto, and other cities.
Finally, the trial regarding the Justice Department's decision to block a merger between AT&T and Time Warner has begun.
The highly politicized deal, worth $85 billion, will reportedly focus on the possible effect it would have on the TV industry and its customers.
Along with assessing whether or not it would violate anti trust laws.
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