„Amazon Alexa transcripts live on, even after you delete voice records”
Amazon lets you delete those voice recordings, giving you a false sense of privacy. But the company still has that data, just not as a sound bite. It keeps the text logs of the transcribed audio on its cloud servers, with no option for you to delete them.
Amazon said it erases the text transcripts from Alexa’s „main system,“ but is working on removing them from other areas where the data can travel.
„When a customer deletes a voice recording, we also delete the corresponding text transcript associated with their account from our main Alexa systems and many subsystems, and have work underway to delete it from remaining subsystems,“ an Amazon spokesperson said in an email.
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