Google Records Your Voice Conversations – Here’s How To Delete Them

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If you’ve been using Google for voice communication, whether through Android or Gchat, chances are that everything you said so far on the platform has been recorded.

For Google, just talking is enough to trigger automatic recording of voice conversations. The company quietly records every conversation that happens through the medium.

This feature was introduced by Google to let people make searches with voice control. Also recording voices enables Google to enhance it’s language recognition system which is responsible for giving results when you do a voice based search.

You can also listen to these recordings and if you wish, you can also delete the information stored which was collected.

Read more http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/google-voice-search-records-stores-conversation-people-have-around-their-phones-but-files-can-be-a7059376.html

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