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Matic robot vacuum

2023-11-04 00:24:26.722834+01 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

With various data brokers looking like they're gonna be contracting with cloud camera providers to do data mining, and all sorts of other "you're the product" issues with any cloud connected services, this is interesting:

Matic is a $1,795 robot vacuum for people concerned about privacy

Matic Robots product page

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#Comment Re: Matic robot vacuum made: 2023-11-04 15:11:54.051595+01 by: meuon

I've argued about selling all kinds of "privacy enhanced" stuff... for triple the price ;) Just because someone will pay it.

I'm starting to think my "data" that I generate might be worth more than I actually make and spend. For some things it makes sense, for others, like this: Who cares how often and where the robot washed the floor. Really?

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