Tech companies are eavesdropping on you through your smart speaker
Would you be willing to equip your bedroom or living room with an internet-connected microphone that could record and send all your conversations to the data-hungry server of a giant tech company or to a random person in your contact list? That is basically the privacy and security risk you’re taking when you bring home an Amazon Echo, Google Home or other smart speaker. Since the introduction of the Echo in 2014, smart speakers have moved from a niche domain for geeks and gadget freaks to an inherent part of the lives of tens of millions of people in the… This story continues at The Next Web
Malaysian team at MAD Experience partner with non-profits globally to design specific poverty alleviation projects for social impact and improving lives.
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