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Amazon Started Sharing Your Internet Connection Today, Here’s How to Turn It Off


Users with Amazon devices may be surprised to learn that the company enabled a feature today that will share your Internet connection with neighbors and other devices. The feature is called Amazon Sidewalk.
Amazon Sidewalk creates a low-bandwidth network with the help of Sidewalk Bridge devices including select Echo and Ring devices. These Bridge devices share a small portion of your internet bandwidth which is pooled together to provide these services to you and your neighbors. And when more neighbors participate, the network becomes even stronger.
The service is designed to help simplify new device setup, extend the low-bandwidth working range of devices to help find pets or valuables with Tile trackers, and help devices stay online even if they are outside the range of their home wifi. Amazon says that in the future, Sidewalk will support a range of experiences from using Sidewalk-enabled devices, such as smart security and lighting and diagnostics for appliances and tools.

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