The Atlantic has an article about how smart, self driving cars are likely to mean the final nail in the coffin of privacy.
The one thing they don't mention, though, in the context of a future fleet of shared self driving vehicles, is the matter of people doing rude things in them and how you could stop that without some serious privacy infringement. (I'm sure I posted about that recently, but again Google is failing me.) I sort of want to claim to be one of the first people to anticipate that problem; but then again, I'm not sure it's something to want to get credit for. After all, it would appear that it has not yet occurred to American teenagers, since in a recent survey they don't appear all that keen on automated cars.
In other self driving car news - Wired has an article about infrastructure changes that self driving cars will likely need. (It's not big a list, though.)