When you’re not actively using Alexa, be sure to mute. Privacy issues within the home join those of ‘anonymized’ data from the outside world …
The upshot: with 10 known transactions – easy enough to rack up if you grab coffee from the same shop every morning, park at the same lot every day and pick up your newspaper from the same newstand – the researchers found they had a better than 80% chance of identifying you.At any rate, at this point, Amazon’s smart assistant only records what’s said to it after it’s triggered by someone saying “Alexa” (or one of the other trigger words you can choose for the device).But it’s certainly possible that the
Source: Alexa is listening to what you say – and might share that with developers – Naked Security
Feeble human! Your spouse is clamoring for cute kid photos and you once again forgot to send them. Well, stand aside: Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) will now share your photos for you.They will be shared automatically, aided by facial recognition and a somewhat kludgy understanding of who you have relationships with.
Source: Google wants to share your photos with your nearst and not-dearest – Naked Security
The mouse attached to your computer and your hand may be telling us more about your identity than you suspected. This could be both a good thing, as researchers in Italy recently noted, or troublesome as those in the Tor community noted a bit over a year ago.
Source: Your mouse knows when you are lying – Naked Security