Not an issue, claims the company. Parents can opt out if they don't want the company or third parties getting info about their kids. AP claims that wasn't in their download. I don't want their download anywhere near my machine. It's not on the site, not where it should be and not clearly stated, and even if it were, it's probably not legal or sufficient disclosure for any consumer protection agency.
I am saddened to hear that a company claiming to be in the child safety business may be putting them at risk. Hopefully when both sides are fully-heard and the regulatory agencies (FTC and state AGs) finish looking into this it will be a tempest in a teapot. But if it's not...shame on Sentry!
Expect to hear more, much more.