By Tim Maytom
Samsung has revealed that its SmartTV service may collect conversations that occur in the room while it is switched on for voice recognition purposes, capturing and transmitting them to a third party company.
“Please be aware that if your spoke words include personal or other sensitive information, that information will be among the data captured and transmitted to a third party through your use of Voice Recognition.”
The policy went on to say that even if voice recognition is not enabled, the company may still collect associated texts and other data so that it can evaluate the performance of the feature.
What the policy doesn’t make clear is whether or not the SmartTV service and associated voice recognition technology will capture data only associated with voice commands issued to the television, or whether it will be constantly listening whenever it is switched …read more
Source:: Mobile App News