Siri conversations stored for 2 years

Apple is storing users’ conversations on its digital personal assistant  Siri  for  up  to  two years, it has emerged. Apple spokeswoman Trudy Muller told Wired that the company may keep your Siri data for up to two years, albeit in an untraceable state.
According  to Wired, whenever you talk to Siri, your commands are uploaded to Apple for analysis. Apple  then  assigns  you  a  random number, which it associates with your voice files.
After six months or if  you simply turn Siri off, Apple will disentangle the number from your Siri files, severing all ties with you.
The  files  themselves  will  stick around for another 18 months as Apple uses them for testing and product improvement.
Muller said that Apple makes sure the voice files are used only to improve Siri. 


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