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Old May 1, 2012, 09:49 PM   #1
PaulWog
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New iPad built-in voice control

I'm curious if anyone knows anything about the privacy of the voice control feature on the new iPad. The information is supposedly sent into apple and then the text back to the iPad user. I'm wondering how much apple keeps.

Example: could someone be convicted of a crime for something they said on the mic.

Obviously I don't plan to commit a crime, but just using that as an example, is privacy ripped from you in those regards with this feature?
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