June 9, 2023

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Videos inside Tesla cars raise privacy concerns

Tesla has declared its commitment to protecting the privacy of owners of its electric cars, but sources within the company confirm that there are videos that violate the privacy of passengers.

According to former employees of the company, the cameras in the cars recorded the “very private” scenes, including the “indecent” positions of passengers and traumatic accidents.

Tesla cars are known for their ability to provide comfort through technology and electricity without intruding on the passenger or his privacy. So, this news that the privacy of passengers in Tesla cars has been violated is disturbing.

According to the British newspaper “The Guardian”, these “extremely private” videos spread dangerously within the company’s corridors, and some videos spread like “wildfire” among employees.

Although Tesla said in its online customer privacy notice that “camera recordings are anonymous and not associated with you or your vehicle,” seven former employees told Reuters that a computer program they used on the job could show the location of the recordings. Where the owner of the Tesla car lives.

Based on these reports, Tesla needs to take stricter measures to protect the privacy of car owners.

More details on the matter will be revealed at Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting later this year.

The company’s CEO, Elon Musk, said via Twitter that Tesla collects data to improve safety and security, and that customers can turn off the cameras in their cars if they are concerned about their privacy.

Privacy is a very important issue in the world of modern cars, but Tesla seems to have some difficulties in this regard. It is important that companies act to provide additional protection for customers’ privacy and ensure that their data is not leaked.

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