Mar 122015
 
 March 12, 2015  Business

Wang Wei writes:

It has been known from year 2013 that commands we have been whispering to Siri are being stored on Apple servers for up to two years for analysis, but this news might be the most shocking development yet.
Apple admits that its Siri — an intelligent personal assistant for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices — is collecting and also transmitting users voice data to 3rd party companies, which was disclosed in an unsurprising revelation two weeks back on Reddit.
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If you use text-to-speech to send intimate messages, discuss confidential material, or say things that you don’t want anyone to hear, Just Beware!, because everything you say to your phone is liable to being listened by bored stranger later.
 Read more on The Hacker News.

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