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• According to recent news in the U.S, the police team has started using Amazon Echo device to record the statements of criminals. Now, some people are wondering, how is it possible? The correct answer in one word is ‘No’. This device can’t be used for recording purpose. Although most echo owners know its implications and capabilities, there are some who are skeptical about the functioning and features of this product.


• Now, we are going to let you know what Amazon Echo actually is and whether it records your voice or not. First of all, we want to clear here that Echo doesn’t record everything you speak and doesn’t even send constant audio voices related to ‘what is going on presently at your location’ to its servers as this is difficult for Amazon servers to store bunch of data from individual echo device and the device may get confused with random conversations on it.


• Moreover, Echo works on words which we call it as Hot-words. Take, for example, if you get trapped in a traffic jam and want to find a car similar to yours, then you can speak up the words to Alexa. The voice assistant ‘Alexa’ will keep on recording the words for a while, then send the same information to the server. It will use your recording to provide the precise information. However, this information will get erased from the server as soon as the results get displayed.


• Similar is the case with police officials. They have used this device to help them in tracing the murderer from the locality. They have recorded all the information related to criminal in Alexa and told it to search for the same from the desired location. This theory sometimes works and sometimes not depending on the situation and other features. If you are a user of Amazon Echo, then you can check how many times your device has recorded your voice unintentionally and if it makes any sense or not. You can listen to all your recordings from Amazon Alexa phone app available on App stores.


• If you want to delete any recording, then you can do so from your Amazon Alexa app. In this app, there is an option to delete audio files separately or in a bundle. If you want to turn off recordings, you can do so by switching off the device microphone. The defendant noticed his Echo in the kitchen while searching it at home. He found that the music was being played wirelessly by the Echo at night. He said this might have been activated and controlled by Echo itself. The same was mentioned by him in his search warrant submitted to Amazon.


• So by simply knowing that who had commanded Alexa to start playing music at night will help investigators to reach for the culprit. Similarly, police use cell phone information to trace an offender from a particular location at the certain point of time. • Conclusion: In the end, we can say that Amazon Echo is not spying on you at all unless and until someone tries to hijack this device. If your device has been hacked by a hacker, then he can easily send a constant stream of audio on your device.


• Now a days, we all are fenced off by microphones and cameras available in our phones, laptop and iPad. Both these items in our gadget keep on spying on you and there are some hackers online who kept on recording the videos of users without letting them know.


Sources

• Amazon Alexa Setup • Amazon Echo Support • Amazon Echo Dot Setup • Amazon Echo Controller


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Your Amazon Echo Isn't Recording Everything You Say checkout Call Toll Free 1-800-414-2180 To Get More Information Visit On Website http://www.thedevicehelp.com/support-for-echo/


Your amazon echo isn't recording everything you say checkout  

According to recent news in the U.S, the police team has started using Amazon Echo device to record the statements of criminals. Now, some p...

Your amazon echo isn't recording everything you say checkout  

According to recent news in the U.S, the police team has started using Amazon Echo device to record the statements of criminals. Now, some p...

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