- Personal data handed over to cyber sex toy makers could be stolen by hackers
- This is according to an expert speaking at a cyber sex conference in London
- Agreeing to terms and conditions without reading them could leave users at risk
- One connected sex toy firm is already been sued over claims it was keeping tabs on intimate data
Sex robots could be a target for hackers who want to get access to details of your sexual perversions.
That’s according to Dr Kate Devlin who made the warning during a talk at the ‘Love and Sex with Robots’ conference in London this week.
She says that connected sex toys could store incredibly personal data, raising concerns over how it could be used in future.
One expert has warned that these connected sex toys, including sex robots, could store incredibly personal data, raising concerns over how it could be used in future.
COULD SEX-BOTS REDUCE CRIME?
According to behaviour therapist Nicolas Aujula, sex-bots could be a mechanism for helping fetishists explore extreme sexual fantasies, which could help fight sex crime.
Aujula said: ‘Over the next few years, sex bots I believe could commonly provide a safe and discreet solution for exploring fantasies – offering the possibilities of simply having more creative sex, through to satisfying extreme fetish behaviour.