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Tesla Endorses Chinese Auto Industry Calibration Under New Rules: Reuters

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  • Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) has extended support via Weibo Corp (NASDAQ: WB) to standardize the Chinese auto industry based on the country’s cyberspace administration’s draft rules on auto data regulation Reuters reports.

  • The automakers will require customer approval for data collection from driving and regulatory permission for providing essential and private data to foreign entities under the rules.

  • The cyberspace administration has sought public opinion on the rules.

  • The control of use, sending, and storage of the images captured by vehicle cameras and sensors pose a challenge for the global auto industry and regulators.

  • In March, the Chinese government prohibited Tesla vehicles’ access to the military, state-owned enterprises in sensitive sectors, and critical agencies over national security concerns.

  • Price action: TSLA shares traded lower by 2.43% at $602.19 on the last check Wednesday.

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