US Judge Says Tesla Privacy Case Belongs in Arbitration, Not Court

A Tesla (TSLA.O) owner who accused the electric vehicle maker of improperly accessing and sharing video recorded from his car must pursue his privacy claims in an individual arbitration rather than a proposed class action lawsuit, a judge in California has ruled.

Tesla owner Henry Yeh agreed to an arbitration provision for resolving disputes with the carmaker when he bought his Model Y car online in late 2021, U.S. Magistrate Judge Joseph Spero said in a Thursday order

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