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Amazon workers who are assigned to audit user voice recordings captured through Alexa-powered devices also have access to the user’s location. The location data is available to these employees as geographic coordinates which can be easily translated to a simplified location through a third-party mapping software.
Amazon employs “thousands of people” around the world who listen to voice recordings extracted though Echo devices. While some of these people are full-time employees at Amazon, the company hires independent people on contracts, all of whom sign a nondisclosure agreement to keep such details away from the public.