Apparently the answer to the same question is slightly more honest when it comes from Google Home.
March 10, 2017
So, this happened.
Following Wikileaks Vault 7 release alerting Americans to the fact that the CIA is using tons of exploits to turn all sorts of internet-connected smart devices into surveillance microphones, granting the intelligence agency access to millions of people’s private homes, people started asking questions.
Namely, this woman below asked her ever-listening Amazon Echo device if it is connected to the CIA.
Well, first she asks Alexa if Alexa would lie, then makes sure Alexa knows what the CIA is.
Twice she asks Alexa if she’s connected to the CIA… and twice Alexa refuses to answer. Must go against the “cannot tell a lie” protocol.
After this video went viral, Amazon sent Alexa an updated way to answer the question… which still doesn’t really answer the question.
Or does it?
Considering we know Bilderberg attendee Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos signed a $600 million contract with the CIA to provide its cloud hosting, Amazon is basically one Kevin Bacon degree of separation away from the CIA.
There’s a reason the Amazon Echo was offered up so cheaply last year… they want as many people to have them in their homes as possible.
Can you think why that might be?
Apparently the answer to the same question is slightly more honest when it comes from Google Home:
“I’ve got to admit… I’m not sure…”
(H/T: Michael Krieger)
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