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The presence of an Amazon Echo at a murder scene in Arkansas calls to question the privacy pitfalls of the digital assistant. [Read More]
We're going to talk some more about the digital assistants put out by Amazon and Google. Those would be the Amazon Echo and Google Home smart speakers. They are small, relatively cheap (from... [Read More]
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A warrant from police in Arkansas seeking audio records of a man's Amazon Echo has sparked an overdue conversation about the privacy implications of "always-on" recording devices. This story should serve as a... [Read More]
Authorities investigating the death of an Arkansas man whose body was... [Read More]
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When police in Bentonville, Arkansas were faced with an unsolved murder last year, they looked to a nearby Amazon Echo. The owner of the house where the murder occurred, and chief suspect in... [Read More]
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Alexa, are you spying on me? It's a fair question in light of attempts by authorities investigating the slaying of an Arkansas man to obtain voice recordings collected by an Amazon Echo... [Read More]
Alexa, are you spying on me? It's a fair question in light of attempts by authorities investigating the slaying of an Arkansas man to obtain voice recordings collected by an Amazon Echo speaker... [Read More]
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Alexa, are you spying on me? It's a fair question in light of attempts by authorities investigating the slaying of an Arkansas man to obtain voice recordings collected by an Amazon Echo speaker... [Read More]
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If you have an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot in your home, you know that simply uttering the word "Alexa" brings the device to life so it can respond to your requests and... [Read More]
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Following the Arkansas hot tub murder case that has reignited the debate around privacy rights issues, activists are advocating the need to set protocols for technology providers to deter mass surveillance by the... [Read More]
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A recent Bentonville, Arkansas murder suggests courts will have to rethink privacy regulation, and Amazon Echo's Alexa is on it. [Read More]
Privacy experts are keeping a close watch on the case of a Bentonville, Arkansas, man who was charged with murder after prosecutors obtained a warrant to receive data from his Amazon Echo, a... [Read More]
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Consumers who use voice-activated, always-on digital assistants such as Amazon Echo and Google Home could soon learn whether outsiders — notably attorneys, police and the courts — can gain access to the audio that's recorded on the... [Read More]
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The Arkansas investigators who asked Amazon.com for data from an Echo device are unlikely to find much. But the request raises the prospect of authorities harnessing digital assistants in order to prosecute suspects... [Read More]
The world seems more and more like a "Black Mirror" episode. Our appliances can no longer be trusted. Prosecutors in Arkansas are seeking data gathered by an Amazon Echo speaker in the home... [Read More]
Arkansas police are seeking a court order to retrieve information from an Amazon Echo device in a murder investigation, which is causing much gnashing of teeth and wringing of hands... [Read More]
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Is your Christmas gift spying on you? A murder case out of Arkansas raises new questions about privacy in an age of ever-more sophisticated — and intrusive — technology. And it involves Amazon's... [Read More]
Is your Christmas gift spying on you?A murder case out of Arkansas raises new questions about privacy in an age of ever-more sophisticated — and intrusive — technology. And it involves Amazon's best-selling... [Read More]
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In Arkansas, prosecutors seeking evidence against a Bentonville man charged with murder have obtained a warrant to receive data from his Amazon Echo—a voice-activated device that is always listening and often recording. James... [Read More]
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An Arkansas murder case serves as a reminder of how internet-driven gadgets continually collect information, including your spoken conversations, even when you're not aware a device is paying attention. [Read More]
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