Bose 700 Headphones

Bose 700 Headphones

Bose
Bluetooth

Fecha de la reseña: 8 de Noviembre de 2021

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Bose makes some nice headphones, if you can afford them. These noise cancelling headphones also offer stellar microphones to pick up your voice on calls in your office or in the world. You can also ask Alexa a question with a wake word or get Google Assistant or Siri involved too. And one tap gets you into your favorite Spotify playlist. All this through a Bluetooth connection to your phone. Fancy, pricey, and hopefully not too likely to invade your privacy (although Amazon and Spotify will collect data on those requests you make or songs you play).

¿Qué podría pasar si algo falla?

A few years back Bose came under fire when it was alleged they were secretly collecting personal information about users through the Bose app. Bose fought the class action lawsuit based on these allegations. And early in 2021, Bose made a good change when they stopped requiring users to create an account to use the Bose Music app that controls their headphones and speakers. Yay for progress!

Bose does say it may use or share de-identified personal data for any purpose they choose, without limitation. This use of anonymized data is generally OK, although many privacy researchers will point out it is relatively easy to de-anonymize such data. Also, if you choose to use Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant with this smart speaker, know that Google and Amazon will collect data on the voice requests you make. What’s the worst that could happen with these fancy headphones? Well, hopefully not too much, we hope.

Consejos para protegerte

  • If you use Alexa or Google Assistant, set up the respective privacy settings.
  • Consider using your headphones without connecting it to an app. This way, you may decrease amount of data collected
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¿Me puede espiar? Información

Cámara

Dispositivo: No

Aplicación: No

Micrófono

Dispositivo:

Aplicación: No

Rastrea la ubicación

Dispositivo: No

Aplicación:

¿Qué se puede usar para registrarse?

¿Qué datos recopila la empresa?

¿Cómo utiliza la empresa estos datos?

Bose may receive information about you from other sources, such as business partners, marketers, researchers, analysts, social network services, and other parties. Bose may use third-party analytics services on their Services (e.g., Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics).

¿Cómo puedes controlar el uso de tus datos?

Bose will delete or de-identify information when it is no longer needed to fulfill these purposes, unless a longer retention period is required to comply with applicable laws.

¿Qué historial tiene la compañía en cuanto a la protección de los datos de los usuarios?

Promedio

Bose suffered a ransomware attack in March 2021, it leaked employee and financial data, but no consumer-related data.

¿El producto se puede usar sin conexión?

No se puede determinar

¿La información de privacidad es fácil de entender?

The privacy policy is detailed on all aspects we are interested in

Enlaces a información de privacidad

¿El producto cumple nuestros estándares mínimos de seguridad? Información

Cifrado

Uses encryption in transit and at rest.

Contraseña fuerte

Actualizaciones de seguridad

Gestiona las vulnerabilidades

Política de privacidad

¿El producto usa AI? Información

¿Es poco confiable esta IA?

No se puede determinar

¿Qué tipo de decisiones toma la IA acerca de ti o por ti?

You can connect the headphones to Alexa or Google Assistant, if you wish, for voice recognition.

¿La empresa es transparente acerca del funcionamiento de la IA?

No aplica

¿Tiene el usuario control sobre las características de la IA?


Noticias

Bose no longer requires you to make an account just to use its app
The Verge
Recent Bose headphones and earbuds have come with a somewhat frustrating requirement: to use the accompanying Bose Music app, you needed to create an account.
Bose Headphones Lawsuit Wiretap Claims Trimmed | Top Class Actions
Christina Davis
Class action claims in a Bose headphones lawsuit were trimmed by a federal judge who found that the plaintiff could not establish that eavesdropping or violation of wiretapping laws occurred. Lead plaintiff Kyle Zak alleges that his and others’ Bose wireless headphones were secretly collecting information about their users through the Bose connect mobile app. The plaintiff claims that the company then took that information and sold it to third-parties.
Bose accused of spying on users, illegal wiretapping via Bose Connect app
CSOnline
A lawsuit alleges the Bose Connect app secretly intercepts and shares what you listen to.
Bose headphones have been spying on customers, lawsuit claims
Washington Post
Bose knows what you're listening to. At least that's the claim of a proposed class-action lawsuit filed late Tuesday in Illinois that accuses the high-end audio equipment maker of spying on its users and selling information about their listening habits without permission.
A message to our Bose Connect App customers
Bose
We understand the nature of Class Action lawsuits. And we’ll fight the inflammatory, misleading allegations made against us through the legal system. For now, we want to talk directly to you.
Federal Judge Refuses to Toss a Class Action Lawsuit Against Bose and Its ‘Collect’ App
Digital Music News
Bose may soon have to face the music for sharing users’ information to third-parties.

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