On Thursday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat discussed Apple's apology for allowing third-party vendors to listen in on couples having sex.
In this clip, Fox News reported that Apple issued a public apology for allowing third-party vendors to eavesdrop on Apple users using the Siri feature.
Vendors were hired to monitor and rate the performance of the Siri function, which is voice-activated and activates when muffled background noises are detected, including couples having sex, confidential conversations between doctors and their patients, and drug deals.
Apple gave the following statement to The Guardian:
"A small portion of Siri requests are analyzed to improve Siri and dictation. User requests are not associated with the user's Apple ID. Siri responses are analyzed in secure facilities, and all reviewers are under the obligation to adhere to Apple's strict confidentiality requirements."
Pat noted that Americans are too addicted to their phones to be outraged by the invasion of privacy.
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