Alert : For all Samsung, LG and Sony TV users

Smart TVs are collecting a lot of data about their users, including what they watch, what ads they see, and even their location.

This data can be used to target users with advertising, improve the TV's performance, and develop new features.

Some smart TVs collect even more data than others, such as data about facial expressions, typing habits, and sleeping patterns.

If you are concerned about your privacy, there are a few things you can do to limit the amount of data that your smart TV collects:

– Turn off automatic content recognition (ACR). – Don't use voice commands. – Use a VPN.

Even if you take steps to protect your privacy, it is still important to be aware of the data that your smart TV is collecting.– Don't use voice commands.

Smart TVs are just one example of the many devices that are collecting data about us.

Other devices that collect data include video doorbells, boom boxes, and even fitness trackers.

The amount of data that these devices collect is staggering, and it is important to be aware of how this data is being used.

There are a number of things that we can do to protect our privacy, such as reading the privacy policies of the devices we use, opting out of tracking, and using strong passwords.

We also need to demand that companies be more transparent about how they are using our data.