Be careful if you have a TV

Be careful if you have a TV

Be careful if you have a TV in the house because the pixels on the screen are recording everything, the record data is received by the company in a few seconds. According to the report of Jung senior journalist, Rafiq Mangat, TV households share information and activities; data is sold to about 30 companies. Is it that your TV sees and records everything, the same data they send to their company after a few seconds? Which it sells to advertising companies.

A few secret pixels on the TV screen nag your record, do not think of the TV as a box, but it is like a 65-inch computer that also monitors the use of gadgets like your laptop, computer, mobile phone, even what kind of toothpick you have. Uses paste or records everything we use at home, streaming services like Netflix also keep a record of what we see.

Shocking news has revealed that TV sets at home or the offices have also joined the ranks of websites, apps and credit cards in the lucrative business of collecting and exchanging your information. When tracking is enabled, the TV recorder sends everything that appears on the screen to the pixels, no matter if the source is a cable, app, DVD player or streaming box, the TV screen It grabs your fingerprints like 2 dozen square bundles of pixels scattered on the screen, turning it into a string of TV numbers, the same wire that goes back to the TV with your TV identifiers. , TV compares fingerprints to content databases that produce results every second, this data firm sells to about 30 different companies, many TV companies say they do not personally identifiable information, such as the ACR data does not technically violate our privacy. He says that TVs share information and activities for entire households, using the Internet's Internet protocol 'IP', which collects and shares data. The same IP address is your Internet connection that is shared across gadgets, so they connect to what they watch on TV all their lives. Many TV makers say tracking is tracking. It helps provide personalized recommendations. The data we receive from TV tracking about our lives is for advertisers and media companies; some firms buy data from these TV makers, which firms say makes it like TV, where the content is Can test which ads can be used better as things can be scary on Facebook. Data firms use TV history to link what you see to your phone, tablet, and laptop. Even attach to what you buy in stores. It's like having a TV on the wall and walking around you. Watching TV in the United States since 1988 has been one of the activities of private life that US law protects. Congress has passed the Video Privacy Protection Act. Two-and-a-half years after it was criticized, TV companies offered the "agree" option on their entire TV set, but most smart TVs in the US have tracking. In 2017, the federal agency FTC banned TV makers from explaining how they get data. Some people are not more concerned with TV tracking, saying that Google is tracking everything.

The setting of the TV can be changed with these facts in mind. A decade ago, with the advent of smart TVs with internet connections and apps, it was believed that everything is crossing the TV screen itself. TV reports, experts call it "automated content recognition or ACR. ACR data is a tool for marketers to reach their target using advertisers, the well-known TV brand Based on that data, and then ads on your screen, based on the same data on your computer. Advertisements appear on Twitter and mobile. In the election, it is possible to use the ACR and voter database to show a similar election campaign that the voter wants to see more. The magazine connects the network with four well-known TV brands. Each set is set up and 'OK' with each screen remote. Then using Princeton University's software "IoT Inspector" to see how each model transformed the data. Ever wondered why TV sets are getting so cheap? The role of manufacturing is important. According to the market research company 'E-Marketer', Americans spend an average of three and a half hours in front of the TV daily. The TV record does not contain sensitive questions or financial data, but it does include your interests, personalities, joys, and embarrassments. This has surrounded us because millions of us have legally allowed it.

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