Sex

Sex-toy firm found recording its customers' sexual activities (without their consent)

This is the stuff of nightmares 😱

15 Mar 2017

Two anonymous female We-Vibe users have won a case filed against Canadian firm Standard Innovation who tracked their sexual activity without their knowledge.

We Vibe

Standard Innovation had been collecting data via an app that controlled its sex toy, We-Vibe. They recorded when customers had been using it, as well as information about the intensity of the vibration settings used. This was all without their customers' consent.

The court filing made by the two anonymous females read: “Unbeknownst to its customers … (Standard Innovation) designed We-Connect to collect and record highly intimate and sensitive data regarding consumers’ personal We-Vibe use, including the date and time of each use and the selected vibration settings, and transmit such usage data — along with the users’ personal email address — to its servers in Canada.”

The firm has now agreed to pay C$4 million (£2.4 million) to members of the public who bought and used its We-Vibe products.

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