Kinect 2.0 will not stream video of you naked to MS

#1koboldwarrior77Posted 5/29/2013 1:56:02 PM(edited)
Not only is it just common sense that 1080p video could not be streamed sustainably from all homes/ISPs, but MS has come out and said that what they get is just the basic data.

For example, if Kinect 2.0 recognizes that 2 users are in the room and one is drinking Pepsi, it could process and store that info as 1's and 0's on MS's servers.

That's it.

Nobody will be watching you play naked. Nobody will be poring over actual video of you taking a nap on your couch.

In reality, the type of information stored wouldn't be much different from what's tracked right now (i.e. how long you played, what games, what friends you talked to, who you gamed with, etc).

I guarantee you that MS will write up a legal disclaimer stating that video will not be streamed/stored on their servers (unless you specifically agree to it in game-specific situations, like posting videos of you dancing in a dance game or something). If they were to breach this privacy agreement, they would liable to massive legal damages, and you know this would be leaked no matter how hard they tried to keep it quiet.
#2AwayFromHerePosted 5/29/2013 1:55:43 PM
Yes, because it needs to record in HD to stream video...
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#3darkphoenix181Posted 5/29/2013 1:57:03 PM
it is able to identify bust size and flag user for drone surveillance is boobs are big enough to warrant peeping
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#4x2link777Posted 5/29/2013 1:57:04 PM
You are seriously like the 3rd person Ive seen make this exact same topic. NO ONE BUT YOU GUYS think it will send video back. So ####### drop this charade. It will collect data on you, and THAT ALONE is the main cause for concern/consumer backlash. All you are doing tc, is proving how much of a corporate schtick you are..
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#5blazeUP12Posted 5/29/2013 1:57:36 PM
I'll be watching. You don't have to be naked though. But if you are, that's nice too.
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#6the_old_daysPosted 5/29/2013 1:58:28 PM
Like tracking your product preferences and buying habits, not just digitally but visually, isn't invasive and bad enough?
#7lokitheoriginalPosted 5/29/2013 1:59:04 PM
koboldwarrior77 posted...
Not only is it just common sense that 1080p video could not be streamed sustainably from all homes/ISPs, but MS has come out and said that what they get is just the basic data.

For example, if Kinect 2.0 recognizes that 2 users are in the room and one is drinking Pepsi, it could process and store that info as 1's and 0's on MS's servers.

That's it.

Nobody will be watching you play naked. Nobody will be poring over actual video of you taking a nap on your couch.

In reality, the type of information stored wouldn't be much different from what's tracked right now (i.e. how long you played, what games, what friends you talked to, who you gamed with, etc).

I guarantee you that MS will write up a legal disclaimer stating that video will not be streamed/stored on their servers (unless you specifically agree to it in game-specific situations, like posting videos of you dancing in a dance game or something). If they were to breach this privacy agreement, they would liable to massive legal damages, and you know this would be leaked no matter how hard they tried to keep it quiet.


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#8koboldwarrior77(Topic Creator)Posted 5/29/2013 2:00:39 PM
x2link777 posted...
You are seriously like the 3rd person Ive seen make this exact same topic. NO ONE BUT YOU GUYS think it will send video back. So ####### drop this charade. It will collect data on you, and THAT ALONE is the main cause for concern/consumer backlash. All you are doing tc, is proving how much of a corporate schtick you are..


If this is true, then I have trouble seeing what differentiates this from what Facebook, Google, Apple, etc, etc already does.

I understand the backlash against the used game blocking and some of the other issues, but this is just like...huh? I just don't get it.
#9RevolverOspreyPosted 5/29/2013 2:01:23 PM
The data is precisely what I have a problem with.
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#10the_old_daysPosted 5/29/2013 2:09:43 PM
koboldwarrior77 posted...
x2link777 posted...
You are seriously like the 3rd person Ive seen make this exact same topic. NO ONE BUT YOU GUYS think it will send video back. So ####### drop this charade. It will collect data on you, and THAT ALONE is the main cause for concern/consumer backlash. All you are doing tc, is proving how much of a corporate schtick you are..


If this is true, then I have trouble seeing what differentiates this from what Facebook, Google, Apple, etc, etc already does.

I understand the backlash against the used game blocking and some of the other issues, but this is just like...huh? I just don't get it.


Some people don't want every facet of their god dammned lives corporatized in some manner. Is it not enough to buy the console? Does yet another facet of our lives have to turn into product research for ****ing corporations? Now what foodstuffs I enjoy and what Tv commercials I won't sit through are being tracked?

It's dehumanizing. Be a number not a human. Just one reason I'm not buying an X1.