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Your Premium Bose Headphones May Be Spying On You

Do you own a pair of premium wireless headphone from Bose? Chances are your music, podcasts and other audio activities are being spied on by the company as claimed by a lawsuit. Kyle Zak, once an avid user of Bose headphones has filed a lawsuit at the federal court of Chicago seeking an injunction to stop Bose from breach of privacy laws by acquiring and selling consumer information without permission. Zak claims Bose spies on its customers who use its wireless headphones when they connect to the Bose Connect app from App Store or Google Play store to their smartphones.

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