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If you are, then you have no legal right to digital privacy. Since what the device picks up has to be processed to know if you're saying the key word, IT HAS TO BE LISTENING IN ORDER FOR IT TO WORK. What your device hears is not protected under legal privacy rights if your device sends the information to the Apple or Google server. And they send what they hear to their AI servers to improve the service and for the quality technicians to review. If you're using one of these services, you have legally given up your right to privacy wherever the device is located. Supreme Court has ruled that any data on a server you don't own (the cloud or internet) has had the right to privacy waived. Since it sends an unknown and variable percent of what it hears to the cloud, you're giving up your legal right to privacy on all that gets sent. EVERYTHING YOUR DEVICE "HEARS" CAN BE CONSIDERED PUBLIC INFORMATION.