Tesla Model 3 hack shows owner's data can be easily extracted from junked Tesla cars

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Researchers say they were able to extract unencrypted data about vehicle owners from salvaged Tesla Model X, Model S and Model 3 vehicles

Data stored on Tesla cars is not erased when a car is sold at auction or hauled away from an accident site, according to two white hat hackers who said they were able to extract a trove of personal...

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