This dude definitely wants an easy way to spy on us. Definitely works for @theNSA

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    @theNSA smh
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    Dont turn it on then! TAKE IT APART!

    Free electronic components yay!

    Unfourtantly im in eu :(
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    @Gregozor2121 I'd turn it on though.

    Set a speaker next to it and blast porn sounds all the time.

    I'm very mature, I know.
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    I recently went to a google event. It was awesome. I got a free home mini out of it and its great.

    I look forward to the diagflow implemention.
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    @D--M I'm being sarcastic lol.

    I've got a Pixel XL and my family uses a Home Mini. Hoping to get one soon for my apartment soon.
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    @Floydian I use the one at my family's house and it works.

    I mainly use it for music, controlling things and for the sake of quick and easy Google searches.
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    @Floydian Well i hope it loves silence and my shitty singing.

    Fact of the matter is, I'm not important enough for them to actually listen to. And as I'm typing this, I'm also apologizing to it if there's some poor fucker who has to listen to my recordings.
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    Android P 👌
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    I'm fine with listening as long as it gives burp, fart, swearing stats that I can link against my git repos/wakatime
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    To put a Home in Every US Home.

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    @Stuxnet it's not about you being "that important". They are listening to everyone. It's Google, they live from data. Even of there is no one specifically listening to your recordings, it's still there and Google is using it. I also use Home Mini, but I know that it sacrafices privacy in a way
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    Home in a home... 🤔

    Also, the NSA is more subtle than that. They monitor, and seek to protect their ability to do so, but they tend to let other groups (the FBI, etc.) do the lobbying for easier spying methods.
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    @DawidCyron I honestly don't have the time or energy to give a flying fuck about my data.

    Plus the thing is usually unplugged because there's no point in wasting the electricity it takes to power it when nobody is using it.
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    @Stuxnet That's the entire thing: it's not you who defines whether you are interesting to listen to.

    Maybe in 10 years, some insurance you want to get car insurance from asks Google if you, in general, swear a lot and if yes, maybe would see you as an aggressive driver and deny you insurance.

    The scary part: we can't have a clue yet of what might happen with our data in the future.
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    @linuxxx Perhaps.

    But it's currently all speculation.

    And if they wanna know how much swearing I do, they need to see me playing PUBG or during an intense sporting event. It'll give them all they need to know. (I get it's hypothetical lol.)

    But in that case, I'm fairly certain I could sue and go to the Supreme Court for something like that.
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    @linuxxx Wait fuck. I think that's already been solved with a recent court case and the refusal of customers.

    But yeah I get your point. I just don't see it getting that bad 🤷🏻‍♂️
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    @Stuxnet Well, looking at how fast laws change, I wouldn't be surprised if this changed within 20-30 years.
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