Tesla knows where you drove last winter -- and a lot more

Company data logs reveal how Times reporter John Broder drove the Tesla Model S, and even more about how easily cars can snoop on you.


Before long we won’t need traffic cops on motorbikes. Your car’s computer will rat you out for speeding and automatically issue a fine – like the way red light cameras at busy intersections do now.

Thank you Tesla, for making this type of automotive spying more obvious to so many people. We return you now to the Tesla v. New York Times fight, already in progress.

Got a question about social media? TY4NS blogger Dan Tynan may have the answer (and if not, he’ll make something up). Visit his snarky, occasionally NSFW blog eSarcasm or follow him on Twitter: @tynanwrites. For the latest IT news, analysis and how-to’s, follow ITworld onTwitter and Facebook.

Now read this:

The new MySpace: I like it, I really do. What's wrong with me?

What's the freakin' deal with all these LinkedIn endorsements?

Mickey Mouse knows what you did last summer

Join us:






IT ManagementWhite Papers & Webcasts

See more White Papers | Webcasts

Answers - Powered by ITworld

Ask a Question