Sex toy maker ordered to pay £2.4 MILLION for spying on customers through their smart vibrators

A sex toy company has been ordered to pay a fine of £2.4 million, after shipping a “smart vibrator” that tracked customers’ usage without their knowledge.

The We-Vibe 4 Plus is a £90 vibrator that connects to a smartphone app via Bluetooth, allowing the user’s partner to operate the device remotely, from anywhere in the world.

At the Def Con hacking conference last year, two hackers revealed that data from the devices was being sent back to Standard Innovation , the company behind the We-Vibe.

This included minute-by-minute temperature changes on the device, dates and

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