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Elon Musk Claims the Shut Down of Tesla in China, Amid the Spying Reports 

The company gets shut down if Tesla continues to get spied in China, claims Elon Musk while speaking through a video conference. Elon Musks‘ Tesla has been at the center of opinion in many countries and looks to engage more people regarding the EV.

Musk made the affirmative remark to the China Development Forum after addressing that the Chinese regulations have barred its officials from using Tesla vehicles across the State. China insinuated its military and government personnel for not accessing Tesla over security concerns.

“There’s a much stronger incentive for us to be very confidential with any information,” Elon Musk told the forum. “If Tesla used cars to spy in China or anywhere, we will get shut down.” People who work for China’s military, government agencies, and “state-owned enterprises in sensitive industries” were prohibited from driving Teslas. Chinese regulations are concerned about Tesla’s exterior cameras,  which constantly records footages,  and they feel that the captured images could be sent back to the US.

Tesla and its leaders have taken an authoritative route to their US counterparts rather than imposing it on the Chinese regulations. Elon Musk and Tesla have been conspiring against the US authorities for too long, as the CEO once hung up a call with the chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board. Recently, last year he butted heads with the authorities in Alameda County, California over coronavirus restrictions in the state. Tesla’s Fremont plant is located in the same state, and the company felt subdued due to the lack of relaxation in the coronavirus instructions.

Elon Musk apologized to the Chinese regulations through a tweet last month regarding the invasion in their private matters. Tesla’s staff blamed China’s electrical grid for damaging a customers’ vehicle, but the report was falsified by the senior officials of Tesla.

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