Data siphoned via Bose wireless headphones constitutes wiretapping, lawsuit charges

My wife has Bose wireless headphones. Wonder if she knows about this?

Audio equipment manufacturer Bose was sued in a federal court in Chicago earlier this week for selling user data without permission, according to a report on BlastingNews.

The charge claims that personally identifiable data is being swept up via Bose's wireless headphones and sold to third parties which further distribute it.

The audio manufacturer is charged with "listening in" to its customers' information via a number of its high-end headphone offerings.
The lawsuit claimed that Bose collected data on a headphone user's listening habits – including names and titles of music, podcast, as well as audio tracks being played through the device – along with Bose's mobile app Bose Connect. 

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