China publishes list of intelligent cars compliant with data security requirements, Tesla included
Updated: April 29, 2024 13:59 Xinhua

BEIJING, April 29 -- A Chinese industrial association has published a list of 76 models of intelligent connected vehicles that meet the country's auto data security requirements, including those from BYD and Tesla.

The list was released after security tests jointly conducted by the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers and the National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team/Coordination Center of China. Models from Li Auto, Lotus, Hozon New Energy Automobile, and NIO were also on the list.

In tests starting in November 2023, cars were assessed to see if they met four compliance requirements -- the anonymization of facial and other information from outside the car, the default non-collection of in-car data, the in-car data processing, and the conspicuous notification of personal information processing.

The tests were carried out according to related laws and standards, and the carmakers submitted their models on a voluntary basis, according to the association.

The association said the test aims to help regulate auto data processing, protect the rights of car users, and build a sound environment for auto data security and the industry.

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