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With Ray-Ban Stories you can instantly capture any moment, so your privacy and the privacy of those around you is more important than ever.

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You’re in control of your data and content.

Facebook View is a standalone app that lets you import photos and videos from your glasses and create unique content—all while giving you control over what you choose to share and when.

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Define your experience.

Choose your preferences for captures, voice commands, and notifications, and manage the information you share with Meta.

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Your captures, your choice.

Your content is not shared to social media without permission, and you’ll need to use your glasses’ capture button or a voice command to take a photo or video.

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Power down for peace of mind.

Whenever the situation calls for simpler eyewear, easily turn off Ray-Ban Stories by flicking the power switch.

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Accessible only with your login.

Your glasses can only be paired with one account at a time. Should you misplace them, your photos and videos are encrypted, stored behind your Meta login, and inaccessible without your credentials.

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A voice assistant you control.

Decide whether and how Facebook Assistant listens for your requests. Select if you want to store voice interactions, and easily view and delete them at any time.

Your memories are yours.

We won't access your media without your consent, and we do not use the content of photos and videos captured with Ray-Ban Stories and stored in Facebook View for personalized ads. If you share your media to any other app, that app’s terms apply.

What you share is up to you.

Meta collects data required to make sure your glasses and app are working properly. We also ask for information to offer you better, more personalized products. But you decide whether you want to share that additional data—info like the number of images you capture, time spent taking videos, or the average length of videos.

Keep hackers at bay.

In addition to encrypting your photos and videos, we have expert teams dedicated to preventing hackers from accessing your Meta account.

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Built for your privacy and others’ too.

The Capture LED light lets people know when you’re taking a photo or video so you won’t catch anyone near you off guard.

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.

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Respect people’s preferences.

Not everyone loves a photo op. Stop recording if anyone expresses that they would rather not be in a photo or video and be mindful of taking photos around minors.

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Power off in private spaces.

Turn off your glasses in certain spaces like the doctor’s office, locker room, public bathroom, schools or place of worship.

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Let that capture LED light shine.

Show others how the capture LED works so they know when you're recording. Tampering with this light is against our terms of service.

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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.

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Keep your eyes on the road.

Don’t capture images or video when you’re driving and stay focused while operating heavy machinery.

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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.

For more information on Ray-Ban Stories and responsible use please see Connect Safely's guide.

How can we help?

For press inquiries, please reach out to

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Meta Support

Visit our support site if you have more questions about privacy, data, and Facebook Assistant.

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Ray-Ban Support

Learn more about the app and glasses, find purchase and warranty info, or contact customer support.

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