On last night's episode of Off The Cuff Declassified, I reported on one of Amazon's Alexa devices recording the private conversation of a family in Portland, Oregon, and sending the conversation in audio files to a random contact in Seattle, Washington.
Privacy is a major international issue. Americans are becoming increasingly aware of their surveillance by organizations like the NSA.
But now we're finding evidence that private corporations may be using electronic devices to record us, completely without our knowledge.
Do we really believe a device like Alexa couldn't be used to spy on us?