Amazon's Alexa feature is a helpful digital home-use assistant that lets you set timers, view weather, and buy items from Amazon, among others.
Recently, however, Bloomberg reported that on Amazon thousands of employees listen to Alexa voice recordings daily. And last year, a family in Portland, Oregon, had their conversation recorded by Alexa and sent to a casual contact. Luckily, the discussion was harmless; Hardwood floors were on the agenda. But knowing that Alexa may make a mistake and let anyone into the crazy things you ask her is annoying.
The fact remains that Alexa records everything you say, commands that are all stored in your Alexa account. Would you like to check what you have asked Alexa (and delete the more embarrassing requests)? Here is how.