However, if you are still concerned about your privacy, you can put an end to strangers who listen to your voice commands and completely erase all interactions you have made with your device. These options are available for devices with Google Home ($ 99 at Walmart) Amazon Echo ($ 70 at Amazon) and HomePod ($ 299 at Walmart) . This is what you have to do.
Make sure that Amazon, Google and Apple do not listen to your assignments
Amazon: You can finally put an end to. In the Alexa app, go to Settings > Alexa Privacy > Manage your Alexa data . Turn off the toggle switch that says, "Use voice recordings to improve Amazon Services to develop new features."
Google: Google hasof audio recordings. However, if you are still careful, go to myaccount.google.com> Web and app activity. Then remove the check mark from Including voice and audio recordings .
Apple: In August, of your iPhone ($ 699 with Amazon) Settings > Privacy > Analytics and improvements > switch off Improve Siri & Dictation .without your permission. The company can only receive your audio data if you choose to sign up. If you sign up and change your mind, go to the
Delete your voice recordings
Amazon: This year, Amazon has announced two new Alexa commands that allow you to delete your voice transcripts by asking Alexa. Just say & # 39; Alexa, delete everything I said today & # 39; or & # 39; Alexa, delete what I just said & # 39 ;.
If you preferopen the Alexa app and go to Settings > Alexa Privacy > Review Voice History > Delete all recordings for all history .
Google: Go to myaccount.google.com> Data and personalization > to delete the history of your voice commands. ] Web and app activity > Manage activity > Tap the menu with three stacked dots at the top of the screen> Select Delete activity by and choose from the options – always , last hour, last day, etc. Tap Delete to confirm.
You can also tell Google to delete the history of your voice commands. Just say "Hey Google, delete everything I just said
Apple: With a new feature that comes with the iOS 13.2 update, you can. Open your Settings > Siri & search > Siri & Dictation History > and select Remove Siri & Dictation History .
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