This is true of your thermostat, your fridge, and pretty much anything else which is a part of this "internet of things".
Every aspect about what these devices does will be analyzed, used for marketing information, handed over to law enforcement, or your insurance company, or anybody who hacks into it.
For some of us, this whole IoT is a privacy nightmare waiting to happen, and we have no interest whatsoever in it.
Unfortunately, a lot of people like to see that as a sign that you're paranoid and getting alarmist about things which will never happen.
And then, like the widespread surveillance being misused (which they swore would never happen), parallel construction (which is perjury in my books), or the scope creep we see all around us
Sorry, but I for one will not be enabling this crap. It just seems like technology for the sake of it, and by the time people realize that those among us who have been saying this will be a problem were right, it's too damned late.
Unless there are laws governing how a company can use the information, and some controls over law enforcement to prevent them from getting this and misusing it
In the end, I predict it will make our lives far worse, and usher in even more of this surveillance society we've been seeing.
We can't trust them with the information they have now, let alone from another bunch of sources in your life.
You really think the government won't insist on getting all this data without a warrant? And they won't claim you have no reasonable expectation of privacy and that they should be entitled to know where everybody is at all times? Or that corporations won't sell this for marketing purposes? Or to deny you service?
Hell no. Now, pass the tin foil please.