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TikTok is now tagging dangerous ‘self-driving’ videos — but it’s not enough

26/05/2021

Videos of “driverless” Teslas have sadly become a “thing” on social media. But at least TikTok seems to be trying to offer some kind of “protection” to its users by tagging Autopilot videos with the following statement: The actions in this video could result in serious injury or adverse health effects....
Videos of “driverless” Teslas have sadly become a “thing” on social media. But at least TikTok seems to be trying to offer some kind of “protection” to its users by tagging Autopilot videos with the following statement: The actions in this video could result in serious injury or adverse health effects. Check it out in the tweet bellow.   TikTok showing that it cares more about human life than Elon Musk by now tagging Autopilot videos with a statement that serious injury is possible by taking actions shown in the video. pic.twitter.com/livGjC5haF — Keubiko (@Keubiko) May 26, 2021 This seems…This story continues at The Next Web Videos of “driverless” Teslas have sadly become a “thing” on social media. But at least TikTok seems to be trying to offer some kind of “protection” to its users by tagging Autopilot videos with the following statement: The actions in this video could result in serious injury or adverse health effects. Check it out in the tweet bellow.   TikTok showing that it cares more about human life than Elon Musk by now tagging Autopilot videos with a statement that serious injury is possible by taking actions shown in the video. pic.twitter.com/livGjC5haF — Keubiko (@Keubiko) May 26, 2021 This seems…This story continues at The Next Web
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