Cybersecurity privacy attorney Shawn Tuma explained an Amazon employee can listen to conversations in your home taking place in the presence of an Alexa.
"We thought it. But, now we have confirmation that there is a microphone sitting in our home that some real live human being can listen to," said Tuma.
He said this is another step into the invasion and intrusiveness in our lives.
"Now they can tie that communication to a location of someone's home," said Tuma.
He said this can be used in extortion and other ways against Alexa users.
Tuma added people have become desensitized to the intrusiveness in our lives and traded it for convenience.