Bloomberg reports EU privacy regulators have their sights set on policing voice assistants following allegations of workers snooping on users. Luxembourg National Data Protection Commission President Tine Larsen has indicated regulators are working toward a unified approach to regulating big tech companies' voice assistant programs. "Because it’s a question of principle, the members of the (European Data Protection Board) should work out a common position in line with the consistency mechanism to apply data protection rules in a harmonized way for this type of treatment," Larsen said. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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