Tesla’s Shocking Move: Unveiling Consequences for Cybertruck Leaks – You Won’t Believe What Employees Could Face.
Tesla Strengthens Efforts Against Leaks of Cybertruck Information, Stressing Employee Accountability
A recent post on Twitter has brought attention to Tesla’s increased determination to prevent its employees from leaking images and videos related to the Cybertruck. The tweet includes a screenshot of an internal email, purportedly circulated within Tesla and shared by the Twitter user @Teslaphx.
The email serves as a clear reminder to both employees and contractors about the serious consequences of disclosing confidential material. It specifically warns of the immediate risk of “site removal” for anyone caught filming within the premises of Gigafactory Texas. Tesla explicitly prohibits the capturing of any content associated with the Cybertruck, its components, or the production line, unless prior official authorization has been obtained.
Additionally, the email outlines a forthcoming measure: the issuance of photo passes or stickers to authorized personnel. This step aims to streamline interactions with security personnel when engaging in business-related photography or videography. It’s worth noting that the authenticity of the shared email has not yet been confirmed.
It’s a common practice for businesses to establish confidentiality agreements with their employees as a means of safeguarding proprietary information from unauthorized disclosure. Some companies even go so far as to implement cell phone usage policies. Notably, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled in favor of certain employers’ policies that restrict cell phone usage in specific sections of their premises, as well as prevent the unauthorized sharing of confidential information.
Many companies routinely create confidentiality agreements with their employees to protect their proprietary information from being disclosed without authorization. In certain cases, companies also implement policies regarding cell phone usage. A notable example is a decision by the National Labor Relations Board, where they supported the policies of certain employers that limit cell phone usage in specific areas of their premises and prohibit the unauthorized sharing of confidential information.