An Amazon Alexa device is switched on for a demonstration of its use in a ballpark suite before a Seattle Mariners baseball game in Seattle on May 17, 2017. Voice-activated devices are among internet-enabled electronics that may collect private data from their owners.
An Amazon Alexa device is switched on for a demonstration of its use in a ballpark suite before a Seattle Mariners baseball game in Seattle on May 17, 2017. Voice-activated devices are among internet-enabled electronics that may collect private data from their owners. Elaine Thompson AP Photo
An Amazon Alexa device is switched on for a demonstration of its use in a ballpark suite before a Seattle Mariners baseball game in Seattle on May 17, 2017. Voice-activated devices are among internet-enabled electronics that may collect private data from their owners. Elaine Thompson AP Photo

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