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Yes, Google really is listening in on what you say to Google Assistant

betanews Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
You may well have suspected it, but now Google has confirmed it -- contractors for the company are able to listen to what you say to Google Assistant. The revelation came after recordings of people using the AI-powered digital assistant were leaked. Belgian broadcaster VRT News obtained a large number of Dutch language recordings and was able to hear highly personal information about users -- even if they had not used the "OK Google" trigger words. See also: Google confirms that second-hand Nest Cams could have been used to spy on people Is Google Safe Browsing falling short on mobile?… [Continue Reading]
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