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Who said these TVs don't watch you?

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Basically a RAT really Bob.

Dafydd.

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And one worse than most I've seen.
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(NT) Glad I have a Magnavox
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It's really not new

You warned us almost 2 years ago about LG Bob
Here >

I hope LG will stop spying too. Link follows.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 8, 2014 7:55 AM PST
In reply to: Same tv (LG 42la620) different story
http://bgr.com/2013/11/20/lg-smart-tv-spying/

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This is a newer varient. In the past,

The TVs would only display adverts in their "Smart Hub" or "Apps." Samsung and maybe others have decided that any screen is fair game.

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which ones don't do this?

Other than the older ones, especially the CRT's?

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Vizio changes privacy policy, sells out.

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