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Samsung clarifies privacy policy: What your Smart TV can really hear

2015/02/10

ABC News - (National) Samsung announced that users can manually disable a voice recognition function on its voice-recognizing smart televisions that could potentially collect interactive voice commands and send them to the third-party service, Nuance Communications. A previous policy warned consumers to be aware of spoken words that could be included among data captured by the television's microphone and transmitted to a third party.

Source: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/samsung-clarifies-privacy-policy-smart-tv-hear/story?id=28861189

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