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OSOM’s New USB Type-A Privacy Cable Is Now Available
Choice is a crucial part of privacy. That can mean being able to explicitly choose how and when your data is used or gathered, but it also applies to other choices you make, as well as those you can't make. Our new Privacy Cable enhances your freedom, delivering compatibility with older but more ubiquitous USB Type-A receptacles and expanding where and how you choose to share your data. Now, when you plug into an older charger or device, you can rest easy knowing that you still have a choice when it comes to sharing your data with whatever is on the other end, regardless of the port.
Our original Privacy Cable was well-received by the community, so we have updated the lineup based on the feedback we have received from our customers. While USB Type-C is almost everywhere, there are still more situations where people are required to plug in using the older legacy USB Type-A connectors, such as many planes, busses, trains, and older public charging stations. To address this feedback, we've built a version of our cable that connects to these older Type-A ports. Whether you're plugging into an in-car infotainment system, a friend's laptop, or a random public charger, our new cable lets you keep control of when and how devices exchange data, regardless of the port on the other end.
Flip the switch off, and USB data is physically disconnected, preventing your phone, laptop, or other device from sending data over the USB data connection, as well as preventing anything on the other end from "talking" to your gadgets. Whether you're worried about hypothetical "juice jacking" attacks or simply want an extra layer of certainty when it comes to when and how your data is shared, you are in control. And our built-in switching functionality is more convenient than data-disabling dongles, which is easily lost, misplaced, or even just broken due to their precarious, hanging design.
The new Type-A Privacy Cable has the same durability and quality you expect from a premium OSOM product, with a tough braided nylon sleeve and strong anodized aluminum end caps designed to withstand the rigors of travel and daily life. As always, everything from the force of throw for the data-disabling switch to its precise position on the cable is precisely engineered for a gratifying experience.
We've also iterated our overall design based on your feedback. Some customers found the built-in data-indicating LED on our original cable to be a little confusing alongside the USB data-disabling switch, making it harder to tell at a glance whether data was enabled or disabled. To reduce information overload and for greater ease of use, all models of our Privacy Cable no longer have this LED — a simple glance at the switch is all you need to tell if data is enabled or disabled.
You can pick up both our Type-A Privacy Cable and revamped Type-C Privacy Cable today at Amazon. Corporate and large-volume orders for resale are also available, whether you're a newsroom that wants to protect reporters while traveling, a business dealing with high-value confidential IP, or a storefront that shares our passion for enhancing consumer privacy. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.