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Tesla won’t share data with either China or the U.S, Elon Musk makes it clear

Ahsan Zafeer Written by Ahsan Zafeer · 57 sec read>

Musk has issued a response after a Friday report from the Wall Street Journal revealed that China would bar “military staff and employees of key state-owned companies” using Tesla vehicles. The decision stems from concern that Tesla cars present a national security risk since Tesla is an American company and its vehicles collect data, reports Mashable.

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