Amazon’s Sidewalk feature will share your internet link. Here’s the Way to opt out

Amazon will automatically register owners of its devices into an app which would share a slice of your net connection with your neighbors. Amazon is planning to automatically enroll owners of its own apparatus into a program which would reveal a piece of your internet connection with your neighbours.

The shift will take effect as of June 8, according to multiple published reports such as Ars Technica. Amazon couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.

Amazon Sidewalk is a low-bandwidth shared system the tech giant states will not only permit your devices to work better, but help find lost items.

The network shares”a small part of your internet bandwidth which is pooled together to supply the services to you and your neighbors,” reads a description on Amazon’s site . “And when more neighbors participate, the system becomes even stronger.”

Amazon says its Sidewalk feature has multiple layers of privacy and safety to protect your individual data, but users will have the option to turn off Sidewalk if they decide not to participate.

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Ring owners with an eligible apparatus can opt out by visiting the control center from the Ring app or Ring site. Customers who own a qualified Echo device can create changes in Settings in the Alexa app.

Here is the list of devices Amazon says support Sidewalk:

Ring Floodlight Cam (2019)
Ring Spotlight Cam Wired (2019)
Ring Spotlight Cam Mount (2019)
Echo (3rd gen and newer)
Echo Dot (3rd gen and newer)
Echo Dot for Kids (3rd gen and newer)
Echo Dot with Clock (3rd gen and newer)
Echo Plus (all generations)
Echo Show (all models and generations)
Echo Spot
Echo Studio
Echo Input
Echo Flex
Sidewalk will also be supported by Tile, Bluetooth trackers owners can use to keep tabs on their keys, wallet or other important items.