Proposed new regulations by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology require increased cybersecurity measures by connected vehicle makers to fend off threats to system vulnerabilities. Photo: Reuters Proposed new regulations by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology require increased cybersecurity measures by connected vehicle makers to fend off threats to system vulnerabilities. Photo: Reuters
Proposed new regulations by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology require increased cybersecurity measures by connected vehicle makers to fend off threats to system vulnerabilities. Photo: Reuters

China doubles down on smart vehicle data regulation after Tesla’s EV recall

  • The MIIT has proposed new regulations covering management of smart connected vehicles and control of the vast amount of data these cars generate
  • Connected vehicle makers such as Tesla must also provide clear information about their cars’ automated driving assistance and other autopilot capabilities

Topic |   Electric cars
Proposed new regulations by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology require increased cybersecurity measures by connected vehicle makers to fend off threats to system vulnerabilities. Photo: Reuters Proposed new regulations by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology require increased cybersecurity measures by connected vehicle makers to fend off threats to system vulnerabilities. Photo: Reuters
Proposed new regulations by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology require increased cybersecurity measures by connected vehicle makers to fend off threats to system vulnerabilities. Photo: Reuters
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