Paul Allen from Metro.co.uk is reporting that according to the company’s terms and conditions, Nintendo owns the all of the user’s content. This includes all messages, images, and information stored on the device. Personal data such as names, addresses, and ages that are ideal for marketing are also logged.
Nintendo have also said it has the right to “brick” consoles remotely so they cannot work. In response to this campaigners have ordered 150 cardboard bricks in protest to the comments and plan to send them to the company in protest.
Joshua Gay from Brick Nintendo Before They Brick You campaign said “We urge Nintendo to drop their terms and conditions and apologize”. He went on to say that other companies don’t impose the demands.