The other day a Reddit post accused the telemetry monitor in the latest version of NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience software of collecting personal data and uploading it onto the server. Lots of people are anxious to know if that is true, and here is the official response from NVIDIA:
“GeForce Experience collects data to improve the application experience; this includes crash and bug reports as well as system information needed to deliver the correct drivers and optimal settings. NVIDIA does not share any personally identifiable information collected by GeForce Experience outside the company.”
NVIDIA goes on to explain to GamersNexus, “NVIDIA may share aggregate-level data with select partners, but does not share user-level data. The nature of the information collected has remained consistent since the introduction of GeForce Experience 1.0. The change with GeForce Experience 3.0 is that this error reporting and data collection is now being done in real-time.”
If you are confused what aggregate-level data is – it refers to “the information about a group of users rather than an individual”.
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