"There are a lot of unanswered questions around these "always
listening" devices, such as how they can use the data and who they can
share it with. "[The license agreements] have an extraordinarily wide latitude,"
Bruce Schneier, a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society
at Harvard Law, said to Business Insider. "And that's a huge worry." "
You do have to say "Hey Siri" but with the new Apple iPhones you no longer have to press a button on the phone to activate Siri.
Remember the days when the law said you had to let someone know that you were recording them?
21st Century privacy now has another threat and it comes from our friends at Apple.
Trust? Forget it. But all you need to do is watch out for iPhone users.
Siri: new always-on feature has privacy implications - Business Insider
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