TV maker unlawfully tracked viewing habits

According to a report, U S TV brand Vizio has agreed to pay out $2.2 m to settle claims it was illegally collected the viewing habits and data of its users.

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The US Federal Trade Commission said, “The Company’s smart TV technology had captured data from active TV screen and transmitted to the firm’s servers”. And the data was sold to third parties, said FTC. 
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