Petcube Bites 2
Review Date 10/23/19
Can it snoop on me?
How does it handle privacy?
What could happen if something went wrong
Petcube claims privacy is a priority. It does say it encrypts the data is stores in the cloud, which is good. Yet, they never responded to our request for answers to the privacy and security questions we asked every company in this guide. That's a bit of a red flag. As is the fact that we can't confirm if they have a program in place to deal with security vulnerabilities as they arise. They also may share your cookie data with third-parties. This is somewhat common, so not the biggest flag, but still good to know. All in all, we wish a product with eyes and ears in your home showed up a little better on the privacy front. It's one thing to spy on your dog. It's other to worry you might be the one being spied on.