Lioness Vibrator this product meets our minimum security standards
Lioness $229

Lioness Vibrator

This smart vibrator is designed to help women learn what gives them pleasure. Use the vibrator as normal. Then afterward, download the data from each session to an app on your phone. A plethora of data visualizations and information gathered from a variety of sensors in the vibrator allows users to track what gave them pleasure and how various things like stress, alcohol, or even a concussion impacts their orgasms. This feedback can the be used to learn about the users body and how to improve orgasms. As the saying goes, "The more you know." The Lioness company also takes privacy and security very seriously and are a model of doing things right.

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Can it spy on me

Camera Device: No | App: No
Microphone Device: No | App: Yes
Location Tracking Device: No | App: Yes

What does it know about me

Product uses encryption
Yes

Reading level for privacy policy

Can't determine

Lioness not only features a privacy policy page on their website. They also feature a more user-friendly, easy to understand breakdown of how they handle privacy on their website here: https://lioness.io/pages/privacy .
Shares your information with 3rd parties for unexpected reasons
No

Can I control it

If a password is required, you must change the default password
Yes
Automatic security updates
Yes
Deletes data it stores on you
Yes
Has parental controls
Can't determine

Company shows it cares about its customers

Company manages security vulnerabilities
Yes
Company makes it easy to contact customer support
Phone Number No
Live Chat No
Email Yes
Twitter Yes

😮What could happen if something went wrong

The Lioness company goes above and beyond what we've seen from many other companies when it comes to protecting users' privacy and security. They are upfront on their site about how they treat data, personally identifiable information, and threats to security. They encrypt their databases, fully anonymize user information, have designed their product with built-in informed consent when it comes to syncing data with the app, and have thought deeply about threat modeling. It's honestly refreshing to see a company take privacy and security so seriously. Could something still possibly go wrong? Of course. A person could leave their unlocked phone lying around and someone could pick it up and access the information from the app. That would be user error though, not anything the company did wrong.

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