How to opt out of Amazon Sidewalk

Sidewalk is a US-only Amazon networking technology that helps keep smart home devices like Echo speakers and Ring cameras connected to Wi-Fi. It can also locate nearby trackers like Tiles. Controversially, however, Amazon sometimes shares your bandwidth with neighbors to make this work. Even if you trust the company’s security assurances, you may not appreciate the extra bandwidth consumption on principle. Here’s how to opt-out of Amazon Sidewalk in a few short steps.

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