b. Personal Information We Collect from Your Interactions with Our Products and Services
Does this mean that each device you develop has a unique device identifier and can report to you what sites are visited using that device?
We collect information related to the use our products and devices and statistics about the performance of your GL.iNet devices. This information includes Inter GL.iNet speed, storage information, error rates, and other performance information.
It seams as if router information is sent/stored.
I am abit confused…
@kuhr You are free to use the v2.6 firmware. If you don’t have anything to add to the forums, you are free to leave.
As it as been covered in other threads, anyone can run wireshark and check what data is sent and received over the course of a week and report their findings. A few users have been trying to spread misinformation without any kind of proof.
I’m happy to hear
I am a long fan of GL.INET hardware (have various of your mini routers) , even if a new forum user.
I usually flash the original OpenWrt (from OpenWrt site), just because I like full control and privacy of my router.
I recently purchased some GL-S1300 gateways (got a nice Black Friday discount on Aliexpress).
But I was worried because it seems OpenWrt doesn’t have (full) support for it upstream. That means I would have to use GL.Inet’s QSDK firmware for a while.
Just like the most trustworthy companies aiming at users who want privacy, you should state explicitly also the things you do not collect from the routers like ip addresses, mac addresses, IMEI number, VPN details, etc, so the users can be clear and confident about your policies.