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Microsoft's latest privacy policy says vendors listen to voice data

Microsoft's latest privacy policy says vendors listen to voice data


Microsoft 's latest privacy policy says vendors listen to voice data

Microsoft Corp said on Wednesday it updated its privacy policy to let customers know that it had been collecting voice data of its users with the ...

A spokesperson for Microsoft said the company collects voice data to provide voice-enabled services for Skype and Cortana and sometimes uses vendors to assist in improving these services.

"We realized, based on questions raised recently, that we could do a better job specifying that humans sometimes review this content," the spokesperson said in an emailed statement.

Tech companies in the United States have been facing broad criticism from lawmakers and regulators over their privacy practices.

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