06/30/21 • 10 min
When you buy or use a product that’s connected to the internet, you don’t necessarily have full control. Companies that make these gadgets — phones, home security cameras, smart speakers — can access their products, and if they want, change how they work. Some Peloton users recently experienced this firsthand. Recode’s Sara Morrison (@saramorrison) explains.
Read Sara’s story here: vox.com/recode/2021/6/23/22545534/peloton-tread-membership-now-required-recall
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