Maham Abedi reports:
Amazon has come under fire once again over privacy practices related to its Alexa voice assistant software.
On Thursday, privacy advocates in the U.S. said the kids’ version of Amazon’s Alexa won’t forget what children tell it — even after parents try to delete the conversations.
That’s why they’re asking the Federal Trade Commission on Thursday to investigate whether it violates children’s privacy laws.
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