With what the lawsuit entails, do those with the DIR619L routers have reason for concern? What they mention in the lawsuit is a little above my head, so I don't know exactly if what is mentioned is of concern with these routers regarding consumers' general usage of them.
Lucky you! LOL.
I have one, too, and I like it, as well. I got it when my Netgear started having problems, though I have since corrected the problem with the Netgear and am using it again. I discovered that it was a setting I changed without realizing it and it was causing it to drop the connection.
Still, when I was using the DIR619L for a while, I wasn't using the cloud app, nor do I have any of their cameras, so I would have been okay. It's still good to know about it now, though, for when I have to eventually use it again.
My close enough neighbor is my folks, and with it taking nearly forty five minutes just to get them to put a new key code into their antivirus to renew it for a year, I don't think I, personally, have much to worry about. They're still in that AOL, one click frame of mind. LOL.