Amazon has revised its data protection settings for the voice assistant Alexa. With this you can not only delete your already recorded questions and voice commands as before, but also prevent the recording from the start.
Amazon Alexa: How to stop recording your commands
That’s how it’s done:
In the Alexa app on your mobile device, click on “More -› Settings – ›Alexa data protection -› Manage your Alexa data – ›Automatically delete voice recordings -› Do not save recordings – ›Confirm -› Confirm ”. Alternatively, you can log into your Amazon account on your PC in the browser and then open the settings page for Alexa data protection. There you proceed in the same way via the option “Manage your Alexa data”. In addition to the not at all recording option, there are three other settings available for both variants: delete after three months, after 18 months or on command.
Data protection options at Alexa: You can now specifically prevent any voice recording.
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