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The makers of the We-Vibe connected vibrator paid out .75 million in a class-action lawsuit after its paired app recorded info about owners' use habits.
Another commenter, claiming to be a Lovense representative, said these recordings are the result of a "minor software bug." According to the supposed representative, the bug only affects the Android version of the app (i OS users are unaffected), and the issue has been fixed in the latest version.
The app requests access to a smartphone or tablet's microphone and video, which are used to send messages in peer-to-peer chat -- not to record sessions for later.
The Redditor admitted to granting the app such access, but only came across the recording when combing media files.
Subsequently, others in the thread found similar audio files (many labeled 'temp Sound Play.3gp') on their devices.The file was a FULL audio recording 6 minutes long of the last time I had used the app to control my SO's remote control vibrator (We used it at a bar while playing pool)." The app, which can be used to control several sex toys made by Lovense, does apparently ask for permission to access the phone's mic and camera, but it's only supposed to be used for the in-app chat — so users can send voice commands to the person controlling the remote from afar.