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From BoingBoing:

Espen got a parking ticket for his Tesla, and he's pretty sure he can exonerate himself, if only the company would give him access to his car's data, but they won't.
But this is the interesting bit from the Norwegian owner himself:

And this is where it gets interesting (and where I stop caring about the parking ticket and start caring about principles): Norway has a Personal Data Protection Act, which dictates that if a company is saving data about you, they not only have to tell you what they save, but you also have a “right of inspection” (something I confirmed with a quick call to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority). Furthermore, I am vice chairman of Digitalt Personvern, an association working to repeal the EU data retention directive and know some of the best data privacy lawyers in Norway.

So I can probably set in motion a campaign to force Tesla Norway to give me access to my data, based on Norwegian law. Tesla’s policies may be American, but their Norwegian subsidiary has to obey Norwegian laws.
http://boingboing.net/2014/07/14/teslas-car-as-service-ve.html
 

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On TMC there are a lot of search results for "download logs"... like:

http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/11387-Logs
Which really only hints that it should certainly be possible to download and eventually decrypt the raw data, most likely via the OBDII port.

This is very different to Tesla sharing the nice, clean data they apparently have, and certainly wouldn't help this guy with his ticket situation. Or am I missing something?
 
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