I just counted 25 stories on Yahoo Finance re the 4-5 day pause in Model 3 production, and 6 articles there on China phasing out the requirement of a JV partner for foreign auto factories there. Both of these stories are out less than a day, the pause longer than the news from China. The former is all but certain a non-issue, expected, and arguably a positive, the latter, a very very large event for Tesla, that in time is extremely likely to laughably dwarf the 4-5 day production pause in significance. This is not even to mention the tone of some of the headlines re the production pause. I understand "content providers" have an interest in clicks, and I've heard the old adage, "if it bleeds it leads." These are without doubt aspects of what goes on with Tesla media coverage. That said, if this was all that's going on, we could list dozens and dozens of other companies with similar coverage. This has been going on with Tesla for years, has accelerated in frequency over time, and has become emboldened in distortion of the presentation of events as it continues with little response (I think it's worth noting, that unlike the back and forth of say "Ds" and "Rs", there is nearly never a voice in mainstream media questioning media coverage of Tesla by other mainstream outlets). I am extremely doubtful we could find a single other company that has had comparable sustained coverage of this quality as that of Tesla this week, this year, over the past 3 years, or over the time Tesla has been public since 2010. If I am mistaken, and this is just about click bait, and media ignorance, it will be easy for someone to point this out to me via examples. Main point, this thread is about our reflecting on what we can do directly ourselves to respond in a helpful way to these circumstances. No expectation that we can do anything such that these sort of events never happen again, but, I'm as confident as I can get that some constructive responses are open to us. As part of this, I would like to see Tesla take some constructive action about this. There's another thread in this Investor Section where we can and have shared suggestions for Tesla to respond to these and other issues.