Last year, the Chinese military banned Tesla cars from entering its complexes, citing security concerns over cameras installed on the vehicles, Reuters reported at the time citing sources who had seen the directive.

I think that’s a reasonable security concern.

They also catch on fire

Seriously, any EV can be fairly trivially converted to a carbomb. All it takes is bypassing the battery protection circuitry and you’ve got a source of unquenchable fire and explosive hydrogen and organic solvants! Many lithium ion batteries even spew out hydroflouric acid (you know, the chemical they used in Breaking Bad to dissolve dead bodies) as a breakdown product. I don’t know how doable it is by your average person, but it would be child’s play for the CIA or Tesla itself to rig one to blow up.

I’m just replying so I can tell the FBI agent reading this to settle down

I’m just replying so I can tell the FBI agent reading this to shoot up his office, cut his cock off and fuck himself to death.

"Hmm, I’d have to freeze it afterwards for this to work…"

These are things that should be e-fused to fail if compromised but they aren’t


ableist term from admin, wonderful.

I have changed it. Thanks for pointing that out. I wasn’t considering the implications when I wrote it, and that was my mistake.

Thank you. I’m just so tired lol.

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