The Facebook Data Policy available at www. This Supplemental Portal Data Policy supplements the Facebook Data Policy by explaining the additional information we process on Portal and providing more detail about how we process your information. Camera and audio information: When Portal's camera and microphone are on, which you can control, we collect camera and audio information, including the following:.
Is Facebook eavesdropping? (Is anybody not eavesdropping?)
Frequently Asked Questions
Five basic steps every company should take to protect consumer privacy. Learn more. Facebook has a history of betraying users' privacy and trust. They've faced record fines for this and have been caught hiding privacy breaches from their users. This is the starting point for bringing a device with an AI-powered smart camera and always listening microphone that is sending data back to Facebook regularly. They also say they do human review of audio snippets unless you chose and take the time to figure out how to opt out. The question comes down to, does Facebook have your best interests at heart when it collects all the data this device is capable of collecting on you. In the past--from Cambridge Analytic and beyond--the answer to that question has way too often been, NO. Now they're asking people to drop a couple hundred dollars to put a device with an AI-powered smart camera capable of tracking your every move and an Alexa-powered, always listening microphone in your home.
Minimum Security Standards
The tech giant compromised your privacy and broke your trust. Now, it has a new set of "Smart Cameras" and always-listening microphones for your living room. Each comes with an AI-powered "Smart Camera" that can track you as you move about in the frame during a call, and each comes with the same microphones for voice-activated controls as the originals. You can say, "Hey, Portal," to wake it up and make a video call or any other number of functions, and you can say, "Alexa," to access the full capabilities of Amazon's digital assistant, too. Read: The best smart displays of