Privacy World’s Kristin Bryan was quoted in an article from ABC News earlier this week. The article “Collection of Voice Data For Profit Raises Privacy Fears” discusses a rise in privacy concerns due to the uptick in voice-assisted products for both homes and workspaces. While recent voice-activated devices have led to innovation and efficiencies in many areas, there is a looming worry about how voice data collection is being used. With only four US states having enacted laws related to voice data, the concern isn’t unfounded.
Read on for Kristin’s perspective on the way voice data is regulated and more.