Would love to hear folks' opinions on the following: Our daughter mentioned to us that a dark blue Tesla slammed into her car door in San Francisco a few days back and then sped away as she got out to check the damage. She has precise time, date, GPS (37.741747, -122.422665), description of car, but not the plate. Tesla captures GPS data as part of its service, but such data is private. I imagine that legal colleagues could weigh in on legal arguments on police requesting access to this precision-guided data, versus working hard to protect it. I have mixed feelings myself as a privacy-centric person--and would like to protect Tesla owners and others from having their locations disclosed. However, my lower brain would love to catch this fella and engage him (it was a he) on the situation. What are peoples' thoughts on this?