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Clever dog privacy


In allowing Clever Dog access to your network, can the Clever dog company discreetly look at any pictures or videos captured by movement that are on my camera’s memory card.

Appreciate technical advice and guidance.

Thank you

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That seems a question for their customer service or tech support, if you can't find it in the user manual and the shop where you plan to buy it can't tell you either.

In case of doubt don't buy it.

Post was last edited on December 2, 2019 11:04 AM PST

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Frankly? I'm going with yes.

ANY cloud based system is by design not secure as you asked here.

You can see this is not secure by the very fact where they wrote:
"One can remotely connect to the device via e.g. a smartphone, and view video (incl. sound), and can also broadcast sound back to the device (played through its built-in speaker)."

This means by design it's not secure as what I'm being asked by a lot of folk. The same goes for any cloud, Internet or such accessed device. Remember that those that sell and promote such will downplay this, write "we would never" etc.

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