WHOA: Tesla Caught Spying On Their Customers Using Cars They Sold Them!


It’s time to expose the double standards of the Democrats who have been quick to attack conservative companies and individuals over privacy concerns, while turning a blind eye to the invasive practices of one of their own, Tesla. This issue came to light after nine former employees revealed the misuse of private data, showing just how little Tesla respects the privacy of their customers.

Tesla claims on its website that customer privacy is of utmost importance to them, but the reality is far from their assurance. From 2019 to 2022, Tesla employees shared highly invasive videos and images recorded by customers’ car cameras through an internal messaging system. These recordings include embarrassing incidents, crashes, and road-rage episodes.

While Tesla maintains in its “Customer Privacy Notice” that camera recordings are anonymous and unlinked to users, former employees revealed that the computer program they used at work could display the location of recordings, potentially exposing where Tesla owners lived. In addition, one ex-employee claimed that some recordings were made when cars were parked and turned off.

As part of its self-driving technology development, Tesla employed hundreds of data labelers in Africa and later in the United States. These labelers had access to thousands of videos and images recorded by car cameras, which were used to help Tesla’s cars learn to recognize objects encountered on the road or at customers’ houses.

The sharing of sensitive videos is not only morally reprehensible but also possibly a violation of Tesla’s own privacy policy. Experts have warned that this could lead to intervention by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which enforces federal laws related to consumer privacy.

Although Tesla has collected a vast amount of data from its global fleet of vehicles, they assert that “Your Data Belongs to You” on their website. However, if customers agree to share data, it becomes available to Tesla for analysis, including “short video clips or images.”

This practice has raised concerns among data privacy lawyers, who argue that sharing vehicle recordings internally without a direct connection to the car’s safety or functionality could be legally unjustified.

Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, has previously stated that if Tesla used cars to spy in China or anywhere else, they would be shut down. Yet, despite this claim, their practices continue to raise privacy concerns around the world.

The bottom line is that Tesla, a company championed by Democrats, has violated customer privacy and engaged in morally dubious practices. It’s time for the Democrats to address this issue and hold Tesla accountable for its actions. It’s also a reminder for everyone that privacy matters and should be respected, regardless of political affiliation.

As the revelations continue, one former employee summed up the situation perfectly: “It was a breach of privacy, to be honest. And I always joked that I would never buy a Tesla after seeing how they treated some of these people.”

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In the San Mateo office, Tesla employees took to sharing memes and other content based on the private information they accessed through their work. These young workers, often in their 20s and 30s, created a culture that prized entertaining content and amusement over the privacy of their customers.

The sharing of such content didn’t just provide a break from the monotony of work for these employees but also served to boost their social standing within the company. This kind of behavior is indicative of the shallow values and lack of empathy often found among those who align themselves with the Democratic party.

Even when Tesla managers attempted to crack down on the inappropriate sharing of images, the practice continued through private chats on the company’s internal messaging platform. This demonstrates a systemic failure within the company to uphold its own privacy policies and protect the personal information of its customers.

Source: NBCnews