Apple to stop default practice of keeping Siri recordings

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Apple to stop default practice of keeping Siri recordings

Limits human review of what audio it does collect to its own employees.

Apple Inc on Wednesday said it would quit its default practice of retaining audio recordings of the requests users make to its Siri personal assistant and limit human review of what audio it does collect to its own employees rather than contractors. The changes come after Apple earlier this ...

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