Smart Speaker Privacy

1 in 5 homes in the UK now
contains a smart speaker

Right now on your smartphone you probably have some sort of voice assistant it could be an app or a physical deceive connected to the Wi-Fi in our home, one such example is the Alexa.

Now although these devices
can be helpful and can make life a little bit easier it’s important to remember
as with using Social Media & the Internet we leave a digital

Privacy is something which we
all need to think about, when we use Apps, Websites, Social Media and the
Internet our digital footprint grows. 

Many people have also started
to wonder if conversations are being reordered if so what’s done with these and
what can users do to enhance their privacy. 

According to an article on Amazon says ‘a small fraction of one percent’ of Alexa recordings are reviewed by humans. 

So in this video blog, we decided to take a look at what you can find when you visit voice history on Alexa and how you can delete it.

Step 1: Login to your Amazon

Step 2: Click on ‘Your

Step 3: Look for Digital
content and devices

Step 4: Choose the Privacy
Settings Tab

Step 5: Select Your Amazing
Device & Alexa Privacy

Step 6: Choose manage
settings & Review Voice History

You can then review all of
your voice history as well as delete these. 

So there you go folks a quick look at how to find your voice history on Alexa & delete these. 


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Wayne Denner is a speaker, author and expert on Online Reputation and Wellbeing. Wayne helps young people protect and improve their digital presence. Visit for more information.

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