I saw this bit of info- http://www.shopto.net/news/42900/Xbo...rth-3-billion/
"We will have something similar for the Kinect with Xbox One. The system is designed to have Kinect be an integral part of the experience. It's not the case where you’ll be able to remove the camera altogether. But you’ll be able to put the system in modes where you can be completely secure about the fact that the camera is off and can’t see you."
So, if your worried about the camera seeing you, there will be a privacy setting.
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Microsoft is saying they'll allow you to disable feature in the UI, but if that is the case, why can't I just unplug the Kinect sensor and do my thing? If they really want to assure us, then just give us the option to unplug it and still have games and console work.Gaming on all platforms right now.
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What ever happened to being able to keep $#@! to myself in my own home?
I had a bunch of people tell me if I'm not hiding anything that I should not be concerned, are these people fuc*ing kidding? Privacy is a right of mine.
Now I'm not saying Microsoft will intentionally spy on us, even though they have the ability to do it with this setup, so the government could intervene and bam, spybox. My concerns are with hackers more so, and whilst the probability of my concerns become real may be slim, why should I want to even add a possible risk in the first place?Gaming on all platforms right now.
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