Tesla is seeking access to internal cameras in vehicles

Tesla company from users seeks access to cameras, as a condition for gaining access Full Self-Driving beta. That way, drivers will not have to set aside additional amounts of money, but they will be obliged to renounce privacy while driving.

Full Self-Driving Beta has been described as problematic for some time, despite the fact that it costs money $ 199 a month. Note that function does not mean that Tesla vehicles are complete autonomous, and that it is necessary for drivers to keep their hands on the steering wheel in order to react in time.

Beta testers are now required to provide the company with access to external and internal cameras, and it is clear that it will be known from which vehicles the footage comes. The content will serve to better interpret the problems that arise when using the Full Self-Driving function, which would, as it is claimed, was supposed to prevent some future accidents.

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Experts point out that privacy concerns are not just another theory – Amazon-owned Ring admitted in 2020 that employees tried to access cameras in their users’ vehicles, so invading privacy has been a practice for some time.

Source: Mashable


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