Consumer groups ask FTC to investigate “deceptive” Tesla Autopilot marketing
Media darling Elon Musk’s electric car company, Tesla, is under fire for allegedly misleading consumers as to the efficacy of its Autopilot system. The responsible parties: A pair of consumer advocacy groups, The Center for Auto Safety and Consumer Watchdog, today sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission asking it to investigate “dangerously misleading and deceptive advertising and marketing practices and representations made by Tesla Motors, Inc. regarding the safety and capabilities of its Autopilot feature.” In the letter, the groups claim: Consumers in the market for a new Tesla see advertisements proclaiming, “Full Self-Driving Hardware on All Cars.”… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Tesla
U.S. protectionism is self-defeating and a "symptom of paranoid delusions" that must not distract China from its path to modernization, Chinese state media said on Friday as Beijing kept up with its war of words with Washington over trade.
Foxconn, the world's largest electronics contract manufacturer and a major supplier for Apple Inc , said on Friday the biggest challenge the company is facing is the trade war between Washington and Beijing.
BlackBerry announced a partnership with Bullitt Group to provide security features to Bullitt's ultra-rugged Cat and Land Rover-branded phones. This is one of only a few deals BlackBerry has made for BlackBerry Secure technology.
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