Bose is ‘spying on you through headphones’
April 20, 2017 by norman lebrecht
According to the complaint, filed late Tuesday in the U.S. District Court in Chicago, the headphone company’s Bose Connect app does more than just pair wireless headphones with the music in their devices — it also connects the user’s entire listening history with third-party data mining companies….
Attorney Chris Dore, whose firm Edelson PC is representing main plaintiff Kyle Zak, who paid $350 for his headphones, in the class-action suit, told NBC News that Bose never informed customers about the data mining.
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