Tesla announced through its official Weibo account, “We have set up a data center in China to achieve data storage localization and will continue to add more local data centers.
Tesla founder Elon Musk
Tesla, the electric vehicle manufacturer owned by Elon Musk, one of the world’s largest amiros, has announced a new data center in China to locally store data collected from vehicles in the country. The news comes after the government banned Tesla cars from more places due to data collection concerns.
Tesla announced through its official Weibo account, “We have set up a data center in China to achieve data storage localization and will continue to add more local data centers.” Along with this, the company has also said that it will also open a vehicle information query platform for the owners of the car. This work is going on fast and information will be given about it soon. We will continue to work to improve the users experience.
The company said on Tuesday that, “All data generated from the sale of vehicles in the market on Chinese land will be stored in China.” Earlier this year, Tesla was reported to have faced some challenges in China regarding data collection from cameras in its vehicles, by a news website called Electrec.
The report said that the People’s Liberation Army, China’s military, had issued a notice to Tesla owners to ban their vehicles from parking them in locations and housing complexes. Tesla worries that information related to the use of cameras around their vehicles and where the data is going is being monitored.
Musk commented explicitly on the story, stating, “Tesla is not using the cameras of its vehicles to spy on China. But this is not easing worries because even more government institutions allegedly told employees not to park their Tesla vehicles in government places. ” Following those conditions, Tesla announced last month that it would store all the data collected in China locally.
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