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Android, Memes, and Siri: My wife asked me why i carry a gun around the house. I told her it's because i'm afraid of the CIA. She laughed, I laughed, the amazon echo laughed, I shot the echo. FREETHOUGHTPROJECTCOM 💭 Is Alexa currently spying on you?... 👁 REPORT (link to article in Bio): Amazon’s Echo built upon the voice search capability of Android’s ‘Ok Google’ and Apple’s Siri and turned it into a device that is capable of doing everything from answering questions to turning on your air conditioner. . However, like all beneficial technology, when the government gets involved, this useful household item is converted into a spying machine for the surveillance state. . In a seemingly unprecedented case out of Bentonville, Arkansas, the latest example of how police can use your technology against you is coming to fruition. . Investigators in Bentonville have filed search warrants with Amazon, requesting the recordings made on a man’s Echo device between November 21 and November 22, 2015. The recordings belong to James A. Bates, who was charged with murder after a man was strangled to death in a hot tub. . According to CNET, while investigating, police noticed the Echo in the kitchen and pointed out that the music playing in the home could have been voice activated through the device. While the Echo records only after hearing the wake word, police are hoping that ambient noise or background chatter could have accidentally triggered the device, leading to some more clues. . “It is believed that these records are retained by Amazon.com and that they are evidence related to the case under investigation,” police wrote in the search warrant. . According to court documents, Amazon has yet to concede to the search warrant and has not sent any recordings to police. . However, according to police, Amazon may not have to send over the files for cops to get them. According to the warrant, police believe they can tap into the hardware on the Echo, which could “potentially include time stamps, audio files or other data,” reports CNET.... . - Continued - . 💭 Read the FULL Report (Link in Bio): http:-thefreethoughtproject.com-amazon-echo-saves-voice-data-police- 💭 Join Us: @TheFreeThoughtProject 💭 TheFreeThoughtProject AmazonEcho 💭 LIKE our Facebook page & Visit our website for more News and Information. Link in Bio.... 💭 www.TheFreeThoughtProject.com
Android, Memes, and Siri: My wife asked me
 why i carry a gun around the house.
 I told her it's because i'm afraid of the CIA.
 She laughed, I laughed, the amazon echo laughed,
 I shot the echo.
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💭 Is Alexa currently spying on you?... 👁 REPORT (link to article in Bio): Amazon’s Echo built upon the voice search capability of Android’s ‘Ok Google’ and Apple’s Siri and turned it into a device that is capable of doing everything from answering questions to turning on your air conditioner. . However, like all beneficial technology, when the government gets involved, this useful household item is converted into a spying machine for the surveillance state. . In a seemingly unprecedented case out of Bentonville, Arkansas, the latest example of how police can use your technology against you is coming to fruition. . Investigators in Bentonville have filed search warrants with Amazon, requesting the recordings made on a man’s Echo device between November 21 and November 22, 2015. The recordings belong to James A. Bates, who was charged with murder after a man was strangled to death in a hot tub. . According to CNET, while investigating, police noticed the Echo in the kitchen and pointed out that the music playing in the home could have been voice activated through the device. While the Echo records only after hearing the wake word, police are hoping that ambient noise or background chatter could have accidentally triggered the device, leading to some more clues. . “It is believed that these records are retained by Amazon.com and that they are evidence related to the case under investigation,” police wrote in the search warrant. . According to court documents, Amazon has yet to concede to the search warrant and has not sent any recordings to police. . However, according to police, Amazon may not have to send over the files for cops to get them. According to the warrant, police believe they can tap into the hardware on the Echo, which could “potentially include time stamps, audio files or other data,” reports CNET.... . - Continued - . 💭 Read the FULL Report (Link in Bio): http:-thefreethoughtproject.com-amazon-echo-saves-voice-data-police- 💭 Join Us: @TheFreeThoughtProject 💭 TheFreeThoughtProject AmazonEcho 💭 LIKE our Facebook page & Visit our website for more News and Information. Link in Bio.... 💭 www.TheFreeThoughtProject.com

💭 Is Alexa currently spying on you?... 👁 REPORT (link to article in Bio): Amazon’s Echo built upon the voice search capability of Android’s ...