Besides making technology disappear is a pretty common expression, when technology becomes intuitive enough it becomes natural. We have an Alexa at my office that we turn on from time to time to play with but I just don't find it to be the most useful device and something that records voice and saves it is just a big security risk. Time to see if GDPR has any teeth It would effectively anonymize the data quite a bit; make it a lot more privacy friendly while also lowering data transfers, making the processing quicker and had way lower footprint when archiving this data as text is much more compressible. The guy that received the recordings suffered no privacy breach so he has nothing to claim. You literally made something up in your head now you're wasting our time in some pointless comment chain. But hey, whatever, let's all put on our tinfoil hats and ignore how ridiculously implausible that is. I will admit I was hoping for more of a technical analysis, but it is definitely suspicious enough that I don't want to give them the benefit of the doubt anymore. Still at least 1 year is common practice everywhere.
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