Search Warrants for IoT Data Spur Legal, Privacy Complications

Law enforcement attempts to access Amazon Echo raise questions over the viability of IoT data in investigations and the vulnerability of private information.

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Law enforcement attempts to access Amazon Echo raise questions over the viability of IoT data in investigations and the vulnerability of private information.

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    I think Amazon is actually reluctant to share how and how long they store the recorded data in the cloud and off the Echo or Tap device. It isn‘t shared in their privacy disclosures (nor any other similar product, like Google‘s for that matter)

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