NEWS - July 05, 2012
by Carol~ - 7/5/12 5:52 AM
The policy revisions were part of an automatic firmware update that outraged users last week, who tried to log in and found they must instead install the new Cisco Cloud Connect service. The automatic upgrade came without notice and with forced acceptance of a less-private user agreement.
Of particular concern was this item: "When you use the Service, we may keep track of certain information related to your use of the Service, including but not limited to the status and health of your network and networked products; which apps relating to the Service you are using; which features you are using within the Service infrastructure; network traffic (e.g., megabytes per hour); internet history; how frequently you encounter errors on the Service system and other related information ('Other Information')."
Continued : http://threatpost.com/en_us/blogs/cisco-pulls-back-routers-supplemental-privacy-policy-070312
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