“My autopilot almost killed me.” Voices and testimonials from customers, employees, and partners who put Tesla in difficulty are contained in 100 gigabytes of confidential data, transmitted by someone, anonymously, to the German business newspaper Handelsblatt, which dedicated the weekend cover to the case. The files should come from the IT system of the same company as Elon Musk, which has a plant in Brandenburg, and which immediately reported the theft of the data. From the material, it transpires that “the US car manufacturer would have greater technical problems than hitherto thought precisely on the autopilot”, his greatest promise, writes Hb. Tesla told the paper that it suspects a former employee of forwarding the data “in violation of his duty of professional secrecy.” The Musk giant has announced legal steps against the former employee.
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