Amazon admits it stores your Alexa conversations (although you can delete them)


Amazon and its voice assistant Alexa have been in the spotlight for a few months on the subject of privacy. U.S. Senator Chris Coons sent a letter to the company asking for explanations about the company’s practices, and the answer has already arrived: Amazon keeps some data indefinitely and shares it with third parties. Surprised?

Last April it was discovered that thousands of Amazon employees had listened to recordings of users of Alexa. Not only that, but they have access to user data, such as their location. Faced with this scandal, …
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