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That snitch Amazon Alexa called the police as a couple was arguing inside their own home


 


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 2 weeks ago '16        #1
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That snitch Amazon Alexa called the police as a couple was arguing inside their own home
 

 
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Amazon Alexa Calls Police On Man Who Was Allegedly Beating His Girlfriend

A New Mexico man was arrested after police received a 911 call from an Amazon Alexa smart speaker. Police say that 28-year-old Eduardo Barros was house-sitting with his girlfriend when they started to argue. Barros reportedly pulled out a gun and threatened to k*ll the woman, who authorities have not identified.

At one point, he asked her: "Did you call the sheriffs?"

The smart speaker and the voice-powered virtual a*sistant heard his question and believed it was a command, so it dialed 911 on the home's landline.

"Barros told [the victim] he could not believe the cops had been called and he was not going back to prison and that she knew he was a felon. [The victim] stated she thought she was going to be k*lled or shot," the responding officer wrote in his police report.

Authorities were able to remove the woman and her daughter from the home. She suffered minor injuries and the girl was unharmed.

Barros remained inside, and the deputies called for a SWAT team and a crisis negotiation team to convince him to surrender. After an hours-long standoff, Barros was taken into custody and charged with possession of a firearm or destructive device by a felon, aggravated battery against a household member, aggravated a*sault against a household member and false imprisonment. He was denied bond and will be held until his first court hearing.

"The unexpected use of this new technology to contact emergency services has possibly helped save a life," Bernalillo County Sheriff Manuel Gonzales III told ABC News. "This amazing technology definitely helped save a mother and her child from a very violent situation."


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 2 weeks ago '17        #2
JacobWatch 9 heat pts
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I’m gonna do Alexa in as soon as I make bail wtf type of sh*t is that
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 2 weeks ago '17        #3
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So dudes are mad cause a violent criminal got the cops called on him whilst beating his significant other? Oh, the world we live in.
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 2 weeks ago '05        #4
kriskross00 135 heat pts135
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Did you call the sheriffs?

O ok so u mean he requested it and it did its job?

Clickbait a*s title
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 2 weeks ago '16        #5
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Aren't you supposed to say Alexa before asking
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 2 weeks ago '17        #6
TheLastNonEarth 125 heat pts125
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 WHATEVERMAN said
So dudes are mad cause a violent criminal got the cops called on him whilst beating his significant other? Oh, the world we live in.
Yup.


Especially the first 3 posters in this thread. Everybody is real mad about this. REAL MAD:



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 2 weeks ago '17        #7
LarryFresh 2 heat pts
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Sad that because of the world we live in I question stories like this. I always wonder did that really happen or is this an attempt to make the average American think having a device listening to your every word in the privacy of your own home a safe idea. Let’s be real who ask a felon to house sit?
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 2 weeks ago '18        #8
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Google just flat out and said today they listen to in home conversations that people have with this type of speaker, was on reddit I believe sh*ts crazy



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 2 weeks ago '13        #9
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bi*ches love thugs. but she a victim while knowingly dating this thug, lol
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 2 weeks ago '18        #10
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Nice job Alexa. With that said, fu*k that device. My professor's daughter bought him one for his birthday. He threw that sh*t right in the trash.
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 2 weeks ago '05        #11
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 YSL said
Aren't you supposed to say Alexa before asking
I'm sure there are measures it will take if asking for the police...

"Yes sir I know you asked for the police...yes sir I know they are beating ur a*s sir but you didnt say hey alexa"

Cmon
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 2 weeks ago '09        #12
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fu*k that device the cops gonna have to do real police work to catch my a*s.
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 2 weeks ago '14        #13
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 kriskross00 said
Did you call the sheriffs?

O ok so u mean he requested it and it did its job?

Clickbait a*s title

 2 weeks ago '16        #14
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 kriskross00 said
Did you call the sheriffs?

O ok so u mean he requested it and it did its job?

Clickbait a*s title
Yes and no. It did exactly what I said in the title. The only thing close to being considered to "clickbait" is the fact this couple was house-sitting at a foreign home. Not their own home technically.

"It did it's job" - which is take away your freedom.(quite literally in this case)

It spies on your and collects data for who knows what (more on this below)


 YSL said
Aren't you supposed to say Alexa before asking
Right? So it's listening on you regardless of the commands said. Listening 24/7. I wouldn't be surprised if it comes with a camera in the future.

It's kinda cool thinking about why it did what it did. Before you understand why, understand this sh*t is created by Amazon aka NSA affiliated or whatever other alphabet you want to use. It's designed for a nefarious reason under guise of "you're a lazy fukkn American and you need this"


Look at this device AI patent


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From Amazon’s patent, an illustration of a process for determining physical and emotional characteristics from someone’s voice, resulting in tailored audio content like ads. Document: United States Patent and Trademark Office

AT THE BEGINNING of October, Amazon was quietly issued a patent that would allow its virtual a*sistant Alexa to decipher a user’s physical characteristics and emotional state based on their voice. Characteristics, or “voice features,” like language accent, ethnic origin, emotion, gender, age, and background noise would be immediately extracted and tagged to the user’s data file to help deliver more targeted advertising.

The algorithm would also consider a customer’s physical location — based on their IP address, primary shipping address, and browser settings — to help determine their accent. Should Amazon’s patent become a reality, or if accent detection is already possible, it would introduce questions of surveillance and privacy violations, as well as possible discriminatory advertising, experts said.
Like facial recognition, voice analysis underlines how existing laws and privacy safeguards simply aren’t capable of protecting users from new categories of data collection — or government spying, for that matter. Unlike facial recognition, voice analysis relies not on cameras in public spaces, but microphones inside smart speakers in our homes. It also raises its own thorny issues around advertising that targets or excludes certain groups of people based on derived characteristics like nationality, native language, and so on (the sort of controversy that Facebook has stumbled into again and again).

Why the Government Might Be Interested in Accent Data

If voice-based accent detection can determine a person’s ethnic background, it opens up a new category of information that is incredibly interesting to the government, said Jennifer King, director of consumer privacy at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society.

“If you’re a company and you’re creating new classifications of data, and the government is interested in them, you’d be naive to think that law enforcement isn’t going to come after it,” she said.

She described a scenario in which knowing a user’s purchase history, existing demographic data, and whether they speak Arabic or Arabic-accented English, Amazon could identify the user as belonging to a religious or ethnic group.

King said it’s plausible that the FBI would compel the production of such data from Amazon if it could help determine a user’s membership to a terrorist group. Data demands focused on terrorism are tougher for companies to f*ght, she said, as opposed to those that are vague or otherwise overboard, which they have pushed back on.

Andrew Crocker, a senior staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, makes it possible for the government to covertly demand such data. FISA governs electronic spying conducted to acquire information on foreign powers, allowing such monitoring without a warrant in some circumstances and in others under warrants issued by a court closed to the public, with only the government represented. The communications of U.S. citizens and residents are routinely acquired under the law, in many cases incidentally, but even incidentally collected communications may later be used against Americans in FBI investigations. Under FISA, the government could “get information in secret more easily, and there are mass or bulk surveillance capabilities that don’t exist in domestic law,” said Crocker. “Certainly it could be done in secret with less court oversight.”
Jennifer Granick, a surveillance and cybersecurity lawyer at the American Civil Liberties Union’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, suggested that Amazon’s accent data could also provide the government with information for the purpose of immigration control.

“Let’s say you have ICE go to one of these providers and say, ‘Give us all the subscription information of people who have Spanish accents’ … in order to identify people of a particular race or who theoretically might have relatives who are undocumented,” she said. “So you can see that this type information can definitely be abused.”


This sh*t is sophisticated asf holy sh*t. It made a landline phone call to the authorities. Picks up & instantly categorizes the accents. Purposely seeks out possible different sounding ethnicities. The world is getting more scary and people will proudly give away their right to privacy and other rights for a false sense of "safety" & "security".


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 2 weeks ago '17        #15
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 AMG2M4 said
Yes and no. It did exactly what I said in the title. The only thing close to being considered to "clickbait" is the fact this couple was house-sitting at a foreign home. Not their own home technically.

"It did it's job" - which is take away your freedom.(quite literally in this case)

It spies on your and collects data for who knows what (more on this below)




Right? So it's listening on you regardless of the commands said. Listening 24/7. I wouldn't be surprised if it comes with a camera in the future.

It's kinda cool thinking about why it did what it did. Before you understand why, understand this sh*t is created by Amazon aka NSA affiliated or whatever other alphabet you want to use. It's designed for a nefarious reason under guise of "you're a lazy fukkn American and you need this"


Look at this device AI patent


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From Amazon’s patent, an illustration of a process for determining physical and emotional characteristics from someone’s voice, resulting in tailored audio content like ads. Document: United States Patent and Trademark Office










This sh*t is sophisticated asf holy sh*t. It made a landline phone call to the authorities. Picks up & instantly categorizes the accents. Purposely seeks out possible different sounding ethnicities. The world is getting more scary and people will proudly give away their right to privacy and other rights for a false sense of "safety" & "security".
Scary sh%t
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 2 weeks ago '19        #16
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 YSL said
Aren't you supposed to say Alexa before asking
Her name was withheld

Prob Alex/Alexa

 2 weeks ago '17        #17
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It's bad enough we have these tracking devices strapped to us all day. Last thing people need is one of those in their house.
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 2 weeks ago '15        #18
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 2 weeks ago '17        #19
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 WHATEVERMAN said
So dudes are mad cause a violent criminal got the cops called on him whilst beating his significant other? Oh, the world we live in.
dudes? u literally are the first person to respond with words.
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 TheLastNonEarth said
Yup.


Especially the first 3 posters in this thread. Everybody is real mad about this. REAL MAD:



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touché

"...you should leave your boyfreind now, imma ask'em"
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 2 weeks ago '19        #22
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Im conflicted. On one hand I'm glad it stopped a situation that could've ended tragically but at the same time the gross violation of privacy is fu*ked up. I guess you take that chance when you buy products like this.

 2 weeks ago '16        #23
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They didn’t wanna say people were listening in to the mic on Alexa and made the call

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 TheLastNonEarth said
Yup.


Especially the first 3 posters in this thread. Everybody is real mad about this. REAL MAD:



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The girl was probably named Alexa
He like
“Stfu stfu!!! Alexa did you call the sheriffs?!!!”

 2 weeks ago '14        #25
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