Why Tesla’s in-car monitoring camera is a major privacy risk

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A consumer advice magazine from the US is raising fresh concerns over how electric carmaker Tesla uses cameras on its vehicles. This time, it’t the driver and passenger monitoring (in-cabin) camera that’s in the spotlight. The concerns stem from the fact that Tesla is using a conventional video camera, rather than infrared alternatives that other carmakers use (but more on that later). “Any time video is being recorded, it can be accessed later,” senior counsel at the Electronic Privacy Information Center, John Davisson, told Consumer Reports. “There may be legal protections around who can access it and how, but there’s…

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