China drafts rules to secure data from connected cars

Policy & Regulation

Data collected from the environment outside the cars through sensors such as cameras and radar would not be allowed to leave the country

According to Reuters dated 29 April, China published draft rules to ensure the security of data generated by connected vehicles as the proliferation of smart cars such as Tesla's fuels concerns about privacy and national security.

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