Tesla will store Chinese car data locally, following government fears about spying

China is a key market for Tesla. | Photo by NOEL CELIS/AFP via Getty Images

Tesla says it’s established a data center in China to store and process information produced by its vehicles locally. The announcement, made on Weibo, comes as the US carmaker faces pressure from Chinese authorities over fears its cars could be used for spying.

“Car data security is very important,” said Tesla (via Google Translate). “All data generated from the sales of vehicles in the Chinese mainland market will be stored in China.”

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