Even sex toys are stealing your data
With We-Vibe settling a class action suit, Emmet Ryan writes that even the most private of behaviours aren't safe from data breaches
A class action suit brought against We-Vibe was settled earlier this week for $3.75 million. The plaintiffs had accused the sex toy maker of collecting information on the date and time of use of its devices along with data on the usage intensity level and user e-mails via the app connected to it.
I'll give you a moment to giggle about smart vibrators because we're about to get serious. Done? Good.
Standard Innovation, We-Vibe's parent company,...
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