Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch

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Since we launched *Privacy Not Included back in 2017, the Nintendo Switch has sat at the top of our list of products users find least creepy. Good on Nintendo for doing a great job with privacy. And for featuring sweet games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Super Mario, the Legend of Zelda. Good guy Nintendo also puts a lot of emphasis on easy-to-use parental controls. Dear Santa, we've been really good this year.

Co się może stać, jeśli coś pójdzie nie tak?

First off, SET UP TWO-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION! If you don't set up two-factor authentication, someone could hack into your Nintendo account and buy a bunch of games at your expense. That could be costly and you don’t want that headache.

Nintendo does a pretty good job with privacy, security, and parental controls. They did have a data breach in 2020 where 300,000 accounts were compromised and attackers gained access to users personal information, including date of birth and email addresses. That's not great.

It’s also good to be aware that while Nintendo doesn't sell your data to third parties, they do say they can share your data with some third parties for things such as advertising, which is pretty normal. They also say they may collect information about you from other sources, including sources that sell information. And if you log into your social media through your Nintendo, they say they may collect information from these third parties. Finally, some of the games you play on the Switch made by other companies might be collecting and sharing your data, so keep an eye on that. Overall we're not too worried about Nintendo. Still, it’s always good to opt-out of data sharing when you can.

Wskazówki, jak się chronić

mobile Prywatność ostrzeżenie Bezpieczeństwo Sztuczna inteligencja

Czy może mnie podsłuchiwać? informacje

Aparat

Urządzenie: Tak

Aplikacja: Tak

Mikrofon

Urządzenie: Nie

Aplikacja: Tak

Śledzi położenie

Urządzenie: Tak

Aplikacja: Nie

Czego można użyć do rejestracji?

Jakie dane zbiera ta firma?

Jak ta firma wykorzystuje te dane?

Nintendo says it does not sell your personal information to third parties. When you play games offered through other companies on the platform, you may share your data with those third parties.

Jak możesz kontrolować swoje dane?

You can request that your data be deleted.

Personal information will be retained only for so long as reasonably necessary for the purposes set out in the privacy policy, in accordance with applicable laws.

Jaka jest znana historia tej firmy w zakresie ochrony danych użytkowników?

Wymaga poprawy

In April 2020, 300,000 Nintendo accounts were compromised in a data breach which granted the attackers access to users personal information, including date of birth and email addresses.

Czy ten produkt może być używany bez połączenia z siecią?

Tak

Przyjazne dla użytkownika informacje o prywatności?

Nie

Odnośniki do informacji o prywatności

Czy ten produkt spełnia nasze minimalne standardy bezpieczeństwa? informacje

Tak

Szyfrowanie

Tak

Uses encryption in transit and at rest.

Silne hasło

Tak

Aktualizacje zabezpieczeń

Tak

Zajmuje się problemami z bezpieczeństwem

Tak

Nintendo has a bug bounty program, which means that anyone who finds a security issue and discloses it responsibly may get paid. https://hackerone.com/nintendo

Zasady ochrony prywatności

Tak

Czy produkt wykorzystuje sztuczną inteligencję? informacje

Nie można ustalić

Czy tej sztucznej inteligencji nie można ufać?

Nie można ustalić

Jakie decyzje sztuczna inteligencja podejmuje o Tobie lub za Ciebie?

Czy firma jest przejrzysta w kwestii działania sztucznej inteligencji?

Nie można ustalić

Czy użytkownik ma kontrolę nad funkcjami sztucznej inteligencji?

Nie można ustalić


Aktualności

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Like many tech companies, Nintendo tracks eShop data with Google Analytics, but users can easily opt-out.
Nintendo now says 300,000 accounts breached by hackers
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Nintendo has almost doubled the number of user accounts compromised by hackers in the past few months. The Japanese gaming giant originally said that 160,000 Nintendo accounts were compromised, exposing personal information like the account owner’s name, email address, date-of-birth and their country of residence. In an updated statement, the company said another 140,000 Nintendo accounts had been compromised.
Nintendo Breach: Now 300,000 Accounts Affected
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Nintendo has added another 140,000 accounts to those it claimed were compromised by hackers from April this year, bringing the total to 300,000.
Nintendo data breach reportedly caused by credential stuffing
TechRepublic
Attackers used an account checker tool to identify Nintendo accounts with compromised and vulnerable login credentials, says SpyCloud.
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Open letter: Nintendo’s commitment to privacy on AR developments
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We are writing to you in light of the recently announced launch of ​Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit designed in partnership with Velan Studios, which could have serious implications for the privacy of our homes and the protection of our personal data.
The Nintendo Switch Camera: Where It Is and How Does It Work?
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While you won’t notice a camera lens on the front or back of the actual Nintendo Switch console, there is one — or two! — lurking on the Joycon controllers. Each motion-sensing controller includes an infrared (IR) camera at the bottom. It doesn’t look like a camera, again it's not a traditional lens, but you’ll notice it from the black spots located at the bottom.
How to Boost Your Game Console’s Security
Lifehacker
No matter your game console, you need to add a passcode and two-factor authentication. You can do it either through your Web browser or on the console itself. Sorry, but you’re out of excuses of why you haven’t secured your account from people looking to steal your personal information.

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