Facebook Invades Users’ Privacy By Listening In On Voice Chats

Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr

Facebook invades users privacy

Online social media and social networking service company, , has been listening in on users’ voice messages.

Facebook Inc. hired contractors to transcribe audio clips from its users and kept the contract employees in the dark as to where the recording was made and how it was obtained.

This is in contradiction to a statement issued by Facebook CEO , who told the US Senate that the company doesn’t listen to what its users have going on in their microphones.

You’re talking about this conspiracy theory that gets passed around that we listen to what’s going on on your microphone and use that for ads. We don’t do that.Mark Zuckerberg –

It was learned that Facebook stopped the program last week, with the contractors not being happy when the truth surfaced. They have pleaded anonymity for fear of losing their jobs.

, , and had recently halted human review of user audio recordings. Like the three companies, Facebook said it was using the transcripts to check the accuracy of its artificial intelligence system.

Follow me

Sydney Elike

Editorial Assistant at TalkGlitz Media
A graduate of Theatre Arts who is also a scriptwriter, director, and editor.
Sydney Elike believes that destiny isn't that which is prepared for us but that which we prepare for ourselves.
Sydney Elike
Follow me

Latest posts by Sydney Elike (see all)

Write A Comment