Amazon Account Linking and Amazon Login - What is shared?
Linking your eero network to your Amazon account (account linking) or using your Amazon credentials to login in to the eero app (Amazon Login) makes interacting with your network and smart devices even easier by supporting features like Amazon Frustration-Free Setup and Zigbee Smart Home Hub. These features require some data to be shared between eero and Amazon systems in order to function.
Here is an example of what may be shared between eero and Amazon to support these features enabled by Amazon account linking and/or Amazon Login:
- The name and email address associated with your Amazon account, for uses consistent with eero and Amazon’s privacy policies
- Network name and wifi password for fast device onboarding
- Current and recently connected device information, such as device nicknames and types, for easy Alexa voice control of supported devices
- Configuration to maintain low-power smart home networks, such as Zigbee, so you can use Alexa to control supported devices the way you want
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