Lovense Domi 2
The Domi 2 is a teledildonic mini-wand vibrator with what Lovense calls "dual-rotating head technology." And if the video clips on their website of it buzzing and splashing in a water bowl are any indication, this vibrator packs quite a punch. It comes with a reinforced neck and a attachments for both men and women. Connect the toy to the Lovense Remote app via Bluetooth and use it for solo fun or let your partner control it for fun together or over the internet if you're far apart. Your partner can control vibration amount, pattern, and intensity through the app. You can even sync your vibrations to music or use the app for hands free solo play. It is USB rechargeable with around 5 - 6 hours of continuous use per charge, so hopefully no worries of it dying at an inopportune moment.
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What data does the company collect?
User content, including text, pictures, audio, and video messages (optional); friends list (optional); any other information users' provide Lovense with (optional).
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What is the company’s known track record of protecting users’ data?
Lovense has previously acknowledged recording and storing users' remote sex sessions in 2017, and that one of their Bluetooth butt plugs was able to be hacked in 2017. There have been no known incidences of data breaches or leaks in the past two years.
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User-friendly privacy information?
User-friendly and accessible
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Does this product meet our Minimum Security Standards?
Passwords for Lovense accounts currently use 8-99 characters with a required mix of letters, numbers & symbols.
From our email exchange: "We routinely update not only the apps but also device firmware to provide a better and more secure experience. Automatic updates are in place where possible or updates can be initiated by the user. If there is a particularly important security update, we can force the upgrade by requiring the user to update before continuing to use the device or app."
From our email exchange: "Yes. We participate in a private bug bounty program where our website, servers, all toys, and all apps are in scope. We're a member of the Internet of Dongs (IoD) project as well - which is a project aimed at improving the security of teledildonic products and services. We're also very grateful to other independent researchers, security professionals, and our very own users who have reached out to us directly with their own findings and concerns. We actively work with them as well to address any vulnerabilities they find and aggregate user feedback to determine additional privacy or security changes we can implement."
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