Jabra Elite 85h Headphones
Jabra's over-the-ear headphones do all the things: noise cancelling, custom sound levels for music, multiple microphones for calls, filtering out noise, and listening for you to ask Alexa, Siri, or Google to play that next song with up to 36-hours of battery life. The headphones even recognize when they're on your ears and when they're not and pause your music or mute your calls accordingly. Best of all, Jabra seems happy to sell you their headphones and not sell your data.
What could happen if something goes wrong?
And really, these headphones don’t collect a whole lot of data on you. If you download the app to control certain features, which isn’t required to use these little headphones but sure makes things nicer, you’ll have to give us some basic personal information. All in all though, these earbuds feel safe.
Tips to protect yourself
- Consider deleting your location data in Jabra+ app
- Consider using your headphones without connecting it to an app. This way, you may decrease amount of data collected
What can be used to sign up?
What data does the company collect?
If you create an account: name, address, email, telephone number
How does the company use this data?
How can you control your data?
What is the company’s known track record of protecting users’ data?
No known incidents in the last 3 years.
Can this product be used offline?
User-friendly privacy information?
Links to privacy information
Does this product meet our Minimum Security Standards?
You can connect to Alexa or Google assistant.
Is this AI untrustworthy?
What kind of decisions does the AI make about you or for you?
If you connect to Alexa or Google Assistant, the voice recognition is used.
Is the company transparent about how the AI works?
Does the user have control over the AI features?
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