Refunds, replacements, returns, etc. do not count. It must be action that comes from legal system enforcement, either successful lawsuits or fines.
Fines or other judgments in non-US countries may not be accepted for resolution, unless there are many of them (more than 3 countries)
close date will be extended if someone can prove there is pending action or likely action. Otherwise, it closes mid-year.
Jan 21, 8:52pm:
Will Tesla be fined or lose a lawsuit because of the recent claims that they faked their autopilot demonstrations? → Will Tesla face legal action (fines, lawsuits) relating to accusations that Autopilot demonstrations are/were staged?
Jan 22, 12:58pm:
Will Tesla face legal action (fines, lawsuits) relating to accusations that Autopilot demonstrations are/were staged? → Will Tesla face successful legal action (fines, lawsuits) relating to accusations that Autopilot demonstrations are/were staged?
I guess I need to scuttle my original position, then? Because big companies get sued all the time, over much less serious stuff - if the only criteria is "a lawsuit" then there's probably already several and this is rated way too low.
Now, if the question is "will they be successfully sued over it?" then the percentage a smidge high, I think.
Change the title to something less misleading like "Will Tesla face legal action over accusations of staging Autopilot demonstrations in 2016?"
@ZZZZZZ If someone else came forward and said they faked newer demonstrations, I’d still count it. Any legal action relating to fake autopilot marketing would resolve this YES
Appreciate the suggestion, I’ve changed the title a bit. I don’t think it’s too misleading given the context provided in the description.