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“Alexa, delete everything I’ve said to you today.”
Amazon has launched new tools to allow users to have control over the stored voice recordings on their, Alexa, devices, surrounded by a variety of different privacy-related issues.
At the fall of a hardware event, the tech giant led by Jeff Bezos unveiled a new Auto-Delete feature that will delete recordings after a three-month or 18-month, according to Endgadget.
The company will give users the opportunity to ask, “So, tell me what you have heard.”
“We are willing to invest in privacy, the board of directors,” Dave Limp, the company is in the hardware, and it services chief, said at the event, according to The Verge. “Security is not an afterthought, as if it’s going to be the appliances and services we offer to our customers. There has to be a fundamental and in-built right from the start, for every piece of hardware, software and services that we have here.”
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Later in the year, the company will allow users to ask, “So, why did you do that?”
In May of 2018 and beyond, a woman in Oregon claimed that the So-recorded in a private conversation, and had shared that information with anyone from her contact list. Earlier this year, it was announced that the thousands of Amazon employees, and listen to the recordings from your smart-phone device.
Earlier this year, Google gave users the option to auto-delete their location history.
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