Samsung denies using its TVs to spy on consumers

Monte Carlo, Mnaco – Samsung spoke exclusively to the Digital Look regarding the controversial accusation made by the American press that the brand’s TVs are spying on their owners. According to the company, everything is nothing more than a “rumor”.

This week, the Daily Beast website revealed the possibility that the voice command feature, included in Samsung’s smart TVs, is recording conversations that take place around devices and transmitting to a storage center.

But Tiago Hubner, who manages marketing for the company’s TV sector, said that voice recognition systems do not copy or sell information, and that they are only for the consumer to use television better.

Recalling that these products were launched in 2012, Hubner assured that “there is no concern and intention of Samsung in copying the data.” Samsung is actually committed to technology that helps people to evolve and has no interest to copy data, to photograph improperly ”, he said.

The journalist traveled to Monte Carlo at the invitation of Samsung.

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