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The I-Phone Distracted Driving Lawsuit - Apple's Legal and Moral Responsibilities

Apple has been sued because a driver, using her I-phone 5 to text, caused a horrific crash. Meador, et al v. s Apple Inc., U.S District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, No. 6:15-cv-715-MHS-KNM.   Two were killed and a seven-year-old rendered a paraplegic. What a tragedy, and like the vast majority of distracted driving crashes, it could have been prevented. The driver could have simply waited until stopped to check texts.
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