Amazon’s Alexa Show can watch you. Google Nest Hub Max can watch you. Why not Tesla?
Three years after releasing its first vehicle with a cabin-facing camera, Tesla is finally activating it via a new software update. The cabin camera has plenty of owner-friendly benefits, like another set of eyes on people who might want to vandalize your car or steal from it. But it’s also something that could invade your privacy — and potentially testify against you in a court of law.
Importantly, the feature is entirely optional, so you get to decide if the cabin camera gets activated.
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