Netherlands DPA investigates Tesla data breach report

30/05/2023 | Reuters

The data protection authority (DPA) in the Netherlands is investigating possible data protection breaches involving Tesla. The news follows a recent report from Germany's Handelsblatt that claimed 100 gigabytes of confidential information belonging to Tesla customers, employees and business partners had been leaked by a whistleblower. The DPA declined to comment further at this time.

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