On June 19, 2023, Realme issued a statement in response to allegations that the company was collecting user data without their consent. The statement said that Realme “takes user privacy very seriously” and that the company “only collects data that is necessary to provide our users with the best possible experience.” The statement also said that Realme “never shares user data with third parties without their consent.”
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The allegations against Realme were first made by a security researcher named Gabi Cirlig. Cirlig claimed that Realme was collecting a wide range of user data, including device identifiers, location data, and call logs. Cirlig also claimed that Realme was sending this data to servers in China.
Realme Responds to Allegations
Realme has denied all of Cirlig’s allegations. The company’s statement said that the data collected by Realme is “strictly used for internal analysis and optimization purposes” and that the data is “never shared with third parties.”
The allegations against Realme have raised concerns about the privacy of users of Realme devices. It is important to note that Realme is not the only company that has been accused of collecting user data without consent. In recent years, there have been a number of high-profile cases involving companies such as Facebook, Google, and Apple.
Users of Realme devices should be aware of the potential for their data to be collected by the company. If you are concerned about your privacy, you can take steps to protect your data, such as using a VPN or a privacy-focused browser.
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