Bose accused of spying on end users, data mining via headphone app

“According to plaintiff Kyle Zak, the spying began when Bose released a mandatory Bose Connect application that all users must install to ‘fully operate its wireless products.’ What Bose didn’t draw much attention to, according to the suit, is that Bose Connect collects data on all the musical content or audio books that you listen to on its headphones. As the suit notes, this is a major invasion of privacy.”

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