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Tesla’s free-speech defense challenged by California DMV in false-advertising case

By Jenn Brice
  • 26 Mar 2024 22:53
  • 26 Mar 2024 22:53
Tesla can’t argue that the California Department of Motor Vehicles' false advertising claims are unconstitutional, the state said in defense of its case to suspend the electric vehicle company’s licenses over claims about its advanced driver-assistance system.
Tesla’s labels and descriptions for “Autopilot” and “Full-Self Driving Capability” falsely lead drivers

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Jenn Brice


Jenn is a data privacy and security reporter based in San Francisco. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Virginia. Before joining MLex, she edited UVA’s independent student newspaper and interned at Morning Brew, where she contributed to emerging tech and marketing newsletters.

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