However, if you remain concerned about your privacy, you can prevent strangers from listening to your voice commands and completely erasing all interactions with your device. These options are available for Google Home ($ 79 at Walmart) Amazon Echo ($ 43 at Amazon) and HomePod ($ 299 at Walmart) . Here is what to do.
Prevent Amazon, Google, and Apple from listening to your commands.
Google: Google has suspended the review of audio recordings by humans . If you're still careful, go to myaccount.google.com> Web & App Activity. Next, deselect the Include Voice and Audio Recording check box.
Delete Voice Recordings
Amazon: This year, Amazon has announced two new Alexa commands that allow you to clear your voice recordings by asking Alexa. Just say "Alexa, delete everything I said today" or "Alexa, delete what I just said".
Google: To clear the history of your voice commands, go to myaccount.google.com> Data and Personalization > [19459072auf] Web and App Activity > Manage Activity > Tap the menu with the three stacked points at the top of the screen> Select Delete Activity with and select one of the options – always, last hour, last day, etc. Tap Delete to confirm.
You can also tell Google to clear the history of your voice commands. Just say "Hey google, delete everything i just said."
Apple: With a new feature that comes with the iOS 13.2 update, you can
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Originally released earlier this month.