23 Feb

“Amazon says Alexa’s speech is protected by the First Amendment”

“Amazon has filed a motion to dismiss a search warrant for recordings from an Echo owned by a suspected murderer. Amazon argues that both its users’ requests to Alexa and the response the company produces are protected under the First Amendment.”

Read: Amazon says Alexa’s speech is protected by the First Amendment

28 Dec

“Police want an Echo’s data to prove a murder case, but how much does it really know?”

“Police in Bentonville, Arkansas are turning to Amazon to help prosecute a suspected murderer. The case, which was first spotted by The Information and goes back to 2015, shines a light on how smart home devices might start playing a larger role in future criminal investigations.”

Read: Police want an Echo’s data to prove a murder case, but how much does it really know?

28 Dec

“Police want an Echo’s data to prove a murder case, but how much does it really know?”

“Police in Bentonville, Arkansas are turning to Amazon to help prosecute a suspected murderer. The case, which was first spotted by The Information and goes back to 2015, shines a light on how smart home devices might start playing a larger role in future criminal investigations.”

Read: Police want an Echo’s data to prove a murder case, but how much does it really know?

24 Mar

“First Click: Siri and Alexa aren’t speaking my language”

“You can’t swing a cat in a San Francisco co-working space these days without hitting someone halfway through a passionate article expressing their love for the Amazon Echo, the voice-enabled speaker released by the retail giant in 2014.”

Read: First Click: Siri and Alexa aren’t speaking my language

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