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Aug 3, 2019

Apple stops human Siri eavesdropping


People listened to intimate and private details.

People listened to intimate and private details.

Last week, The Guardian revealed that Apple is using external people to listen to your Siri footage. There was an alert that tipped The Guardian about this.

According to the company, under one percent of the Siri requests are reviewed by people. The Cupertino giant is far from the only players in the market to do so. Both Google and Amazon have recognized a similar practice.

Now Apple has announced that they have suspended the program globally.

This confirms the company to TechCrunch.

Listens to intimate details
According to the announcer, many of the recordings that employees have listened to come as a result of the random activation of Siri. Apple people have been given access to conversations that deal with intimate details, both sexual details, medical information and details about the sale of illegal drugs.

Apple has now chosen to suspend the application.

This is what Apple says about
“We are committed to delivering an amazing Siri experience while protecting users' privacy. While conducting a thorough review, we suspend the Siri rating globally. In addition, as part of a future software update, users will have the option to opt into this rating »

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