Apple Faces Privacy Complaints to EU Watchdogs Over Siri

May 20, 2020, 9:03 AM

A man who worked on Apple’s Siri transcription project in Ireland complained to European privacy authorities over “massive violation of the privacy of millions of citizens.”

  • Letter by Thomas Le Bonniec circulated by Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems’s campaign group Noyb on Wednesday
  • Apple declined to immediately comment
  • SEE: Apple Makes Siri Privacy Changes After Practice, Policy Review

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