Once the privacy scandal around the new police Teslas gives protection to the data the green light for use – but with the conditions.
For the first time this weekend, Basler's police patrolled the new Teslas. So far, two of the seven new alarm airports will be used. The privacy advocate today issued editions green light.
The first converted to the Basel police Tesla X-100 D was already shipped in December. Now police training has been completed, the Justice and Police Department of the Basel-City Canton (JSD) said on Friday.
Eight recommendations from a privacy advocate
In addition, the final report of the cantonal data protection officer on the use of new high-tech vehicles is also available. According to the announcement, the cantonal police will adopt the eight recommendations that Data Protection Commissioner Bit Rudin lists in his report. According to Rudin, nothing stands in the way of Tesla's use.
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One of Rudin's recommendations is the replacement of the Tesla SIM card by a Swiss operator. The cantonal police also refrains from activating dashcam in vehicles or collecting and transmitting data for a segment segment.
Two vehicles in use
Of the three so far delivered by Tesla, only two will be used from this weekend, as requested by the JSD. The third car remains a reserve in the garage. The remaining four Teslas have to arrive in Basel by the end of the year.
With the new Teslas, Basel replaced his previous Mercedes-Benz alarm icon. With a price of 140,000 CHF, Tesla is about 50,000 CHF more expensive than the appropriate diesel vehicle. For Teslas, he persuaded authorities in terms of economy and environmental protection.
Tesla's acquisition caused anxiety in the city canton. The JSD came into the area of fire of criticism because it gave up the lack of another tenderer tender. It also complained that, despite the wealth of data collected by Tesla, the OPO was included in the procurement decision.
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