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Tuesday, 10 January 2017 22:20

Corporate Responsibility for Distracted Driving

Written by  NYTimes

The family of a girl who was killed when the car she was in was rear-ended by a driver using his iPhone’s Facetime app has sued not only the driver, but also Apple. The family says iPhones should disable video and other distracting apps when they are being used by a driver. Should it be a company’s responsibility to make social media and other distracting apps unworkable when they are used in a moving car?

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You would think know that a driver knows better than to use these distracting devices in the car but time has proved that drivers are weak when it comes to self discipline and a phone. Therefore somehow they should be disabled when the car ignition is turned on.

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