The woman, Danielle, and her family had Amaz devices in every room for home ctrol, and two weeks ago, e of these devices apparently recorded a cversati about the hardwood floors. There is no detail how the recording was delivered to the ctact.
But Danielle said two weeks ago that their love for Alexa has changed with an alarming phe call. "The pers the other line said," Unplug your Alexa devices right now, "she said." You're being hacked. "
This pers was e of the employees of her husband, who was calling from Seattle.
"We discnected them all and he started telling us that he had received audio files of recordings from inside our house," she said. "At first, my husband was, like," no you did not do it! And the (recipient of the message) said, "You're sitting there talking about the hardwood floors." And we said: "Oh my god, you really heard us."  Danielle cfirmed that the recordings received by the ctact were actually cversatis captured by her Alexa device, and in no way was she informed that Alexa was sending the recording to a ctact. She ctacted Amaz and was told that the "device just guessed what we were saying." Amaz is excused and told him that it would solve the problem.
Alexa has an opti to send a message …