To help ensure a more secure experience, improved safety features and privacy settings are designed to capture, stream & share responsibly.
You’re in control of your data and content.
Clear, easy device and app settings help you manage your information, giving you control over what content you choose to share with others, and when.
Your voice data is private.
You have the option to store voice interactions. Unless you choose to provide this data for product improvement, recordings and text transcripts are processed to respond to your request but not stored.
What you share is up to you.
Meta collects data to make sure your glasses and app are working properly. You decide whether you want to share your additional data—info like the time it takes to create a photo montage or the tools you use to edit media in the app — so that we can offer you better, more personalized products.
Keep hackers at bay.
In addition to encrypting your photos and videos in transit or at rest, we have expert teams dedicated to preventing hackers from accessing your Meta account.
Built for your privacy and others’ too.
The capture LED light lets people know when you’re using the camera to capture content or going live. If the LED is covered, you will not be able to start recording, and you'll be notified to clear it.
How to wear your smart glasses responsibly.
Here are some tips to help you and those around you feel safe and comfortable while you’re wearing your glasses.
Respect people’s preferences.
Not everyone loves being photographed. Stop recording if anyone expresses that they would rather opt out, and be particularly mindful of others before going live.
Power off in private spaces.
Turn off your glasses in sensitive spaces like the doctor’s office, locker room, public bathroom, school or place of worship.
Let that capture LED light shine.
Show others how the capture LED works so they know when you're recording. If the capture LED is covered, you’ll be notified to clear it before taking a photo or video or going live.
Be a good community member.
Obey the law. Don’t use your glasses to engage in harmful activities like harassment, infringing on privacy rights, or capturing sensitive information like pin codes.
Show others when you’re capturing.
Be respectful of people nearby. Use a voice command or clear gesture to let them know you’re about to capture, particularly before going Live on your glasses.