Matt Birchler writing on BirchTree:
Apple sells themselves on being the company that cares about privacy and they betray that promise by listening to my Siri conversations and not telling me clearly, nor by letting me opt out if I don’t want to be included in making Siri better. Apple has of course said they have discontinued this practice, but trust is built around actions, not responses to bad behavior when you get caught.
Disappointing. This is the type of stuff I trusted Apple didn’t do. I hope it’s only a small road bump, rather than a serious red flag I come to regret.