Quell 2.0 Wearable Pain Relief

Quell 2.0 Wearable Pain Relief

Review date: Nov. 1, 2018

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Mozilla says

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People voted: Somewhat creepy
Pain sucks. Opioid addiction sucks. Wearing something on your leg that zaps your nerves sending neural pulses to make your brain close its pain sensory gates sounds like a pretty cool option to fight chronic pain. It’s sort of like turning on some soothing “white noise” for your brain’s pain center. You control the frequency and intensity of zaps with an app on your phone. Just don't let anyone else get a hold of you phone. Zzzaapp!

What could happen if something goes wrong?

Some mean person could learn when you are doing pain therapy, hack the app, and zap you in unexpected ways.
mobile Privacy Security A.I.

Can it snoop on me? information

Camera

Device: No

App: No

Microphone

Device: No

App: No

Tracks location

Device: No

App: Yes

What can be used to sign up?

What data does the company collect?

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?

Average

Can this product be used offline?

Can’t Determine

User-friendly privacy information?

Yes

Links to privacy information

Does this product meet our Minimum Security Standards? information

Unknown

Encryption

Yes

Strong password

Can’t Determine

Security updates

Yes

Manages vulnerabilities

Can’t Determine

Privacy policy

Yes

Does the product use AI? information

Can’t Determine

Is this AI untrustworthy?

Can’t Determine

What kind of decisions does the AI make about you or for you?

Is the company transparent about how the AI works?

Can’t Determine

Does the user have control over the AI features?

Can’t Determine

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