Apple Apologizes After Admitting Contractors Listened In on Siri Conversations

HeadlineAug 29, 2019

The computer giant Apple has apologized to its users after acknowledging contractors listened to the commands users gave to the voice assistant Siri on their iPhones and other Apple products. One whistleblower recently told The Guardian they heard Siri users having sex, making drug deals and discussing sensitive medical details. Apple, Google and Microsoft have all faced criticism recently for allowing workers to access the voice recordings of users in an attempt to improve their services.

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