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Yeah but the people who made it company policy to do this have a lot of money so it's ok.
And tbh if people really wanted them to stop they'd stop buying their products, that's totally a practical means of policing business in a world where basically every large-scale product producer does this. People should just stop their lives dead until corporate culture fixes itself.
Point being, this sucks and there's no real solution because the only people with the power to stop this are also doing it.
To me this looks like it goes beyond looking into possible hacking and more like following a guy around and collecting a ton of personal info because he potentially commited a crime, which is weird because I don't think Nintendo wants the same being done to them on a personal level and I can guarantee they've commited far worse crimes.