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Alexa and other smart speakers may endanger privacy rights

According to a May report from the consultancy Parks Associates, 27 percent of U.S. homes with a broadband internet connection owned at least one smart speaker, yet about 45 percent of their owners “strongly agreed with the statement that it is impossible to keep my data completely private from the companies I purchased goods and services from,” said Dina Abdelrazik, a Parks Associates research analyst.

From the article "Alexa and other smart speakers may endanger privacy rights" by Benny Evangelista.

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