Xiaomi apologies for looking into user-data, fixes unauthorized access
The phone maker has now made a fix to cut the excesses of their Mi Cloud service which collects user data even when not configured or when switched off.
A new system upgrade has been made available for the smartphone, CEO Lei Jun said. He added that users can now know and at least control when and what their smartphone stores at Mi Cloud.
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