Is your Chrome browser spying on YOU? Expert warns cyber criminals could use Google voice recognitio


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Technology-savvy criminals could be listening in to the conversations of people visiting voice-controlled websites using Google’s Chrome browser, one computer expert claims.

Computer security expert Tal Ater discovered that criminals could potentially use the web browser’s voice recognition abilities to invade users’ privacy.

While the Israeli programmer reported the problem to Google last September, he says the search giant has not yet fixed the issue.

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