DJI Mavic Series

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DJI Mavic Series


Fecha de la reseña: 8 de noviembre de 2021


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DJI’s Mavic Series of drones range from the high-end Mavic 3 with a 28x super zooming HD camera and 46 minutes of flight time to the lower end Mini 2 that only weighs half a pound, fits in the palm of your hand and can fly for 31 minutes. These pricey consumer drones make taking pictures for above with features like 4k video, quick and easy transfer of photos and videos to your smartphone, and the ability to zoom right into your neighbor’s window. Please don’t use these drones to zoom into your neighbor’s window.

¿Qué podría pasar si algo falla?

China-based drone maker DJI has a history of not being good when it comes to privacy and security. Researchers raised concerns in 2020 about vulnerabilities in the Android app that control some DJI consumer drones and reportedly collect large amounts of personal data. If that data were leaked, they warned, it could then be exploited by the Chinese government. Currently, many government entities, including the United States military and the Dutch Ministry of Defense ban the drones, while it seems the FBI and Dutch police still purchase these drones. It all seems quite messy and rather scary.

Owning an insecure flying camera could present some problems for civilians too. Reading the DJI privacy policy does raise some flags for us, as they do seem to collect a good deal of personal information and while they say they don’t sell it, they do say they might share it with third parties for a number of purposes, including advertising.

Then there is the other privacy concern surrounding all drones — using them to spy on people in their own homes or in public spaces from afar. The new Mavic 3 has a 28x super zoom lense that could let someone record video up close and personal from far away. That’s pretty scary.

So buyer beware. Having the potential for personal information on your phone to be leaked to unknown sources who might exploit it, yeah, that's a really bad thing. Uncertainty if these drones are secure, another bad thing. Using these drones to spy on unsuspecting people, a really bad thing. All in all, we’re worried these DJI Mavic drones come with *privacy not included.

Consejos para protegerte

  • Protect the phone or tablet you control your drone with from malware
  • Use a strong password
  • Keep your drone's firmware updated regularly
  • Use a VPN
  • mobile

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¿Qué se puede usar para registrarse?

¿Qué datos recopila la empresa?

¿Cómo utiliza la empresa estos datos?

DJI does not sell your data. DJI may share personal information with social networks or third parties for advertising purposes.

DJI does not automatically collect your photo or video without your consent and affirmative actions. When you choose to upload your photos, videos or other content using DJI Products and Services, including text content relating thereto, they may collect and store such content, including EXIF data relating to the photo or video.

DJI may make certain aggregated, de-identified, or non-identifying information about their users available to third parties for various purposes, including for marketing purposes and to assist in understanding users’ interests and habits.

In the expanded CCPA section of their privacy policy for California residents, DJI discloses they may draw inferences about users from personal information such as "consumer profiles reflecting a consumer’s preferences, characteristics, psychological trends, preferences, predispositions, behavior, attitudes, intelligence, abilities, and aptitudes." They collect such information "indirectly from you, e.g., from observing your actions on our Website or from your Devices." They say they can use and share such information with affiliates and certain third parties.

¿Cómo puedes controlar el uso de tus datos?

You may update, correct, or delete certain DJI account information and preferences by accessing your account preferences page, available through certain DJI Products and Services, including the and SkyPixel websites and various mobile applications.

While any changes you make will be reflected in active user databases within a reasonable period of time, DJI may retain all information you submit, as authorized under applicable law, for backups, archiving, prevention of fraud and abuse, analytics, satisfaction of legal obligations, or where they otherwise reasonably believe that they have a legitimate reason to do so. In addition, if certain information has already been provided to third parties as described in this Policy, retention of that information will be subject to those third parties’ policies.

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

Necesita mejoras

In 2020, research groups Synacktiv and GRIMM claimed that the DJI GO 4 application can force updates on users without routing them through the Google Play Store. Given the access the application has — including users’ contacts, microphone, camera, geolocation — it could give DJI or third parties nearly full control of users’ phones. Hundreds of thousands of customers across the world use the app to pilot their rotor-powered, camera-mounted aircraft. In their response, the company claimed that researchers found a typical software concerns, with no evidence they have ever been exploited.

In the Netherlands, DJI drones were banned for military use because of security concerns, but they are still in use by the police force.

¿El producto se puede usar sin conexión?

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Enlaces a información de privacidad

¿El producto cumple nuestros estándares mínimos de seguridad? Información


Contraseña fuerte

Actualizaciones de seguridad

Gestiona las vulnerabilidades

Política de privacidad

¿El producto usa IA? Información

No se puede determinar

DJI and Microsoft Corp. have announced a strategic partnership to bring advanced AI and machine learning capabilities to DJI drones.

¿Es poco confiable esta IA?

No se puede determinar

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

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

No se puede determinar

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

No se puede determinar

*Privacidad no incluida

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