Amazon Alexa, like Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant, stores all your voice commands on its servers. However, Amazon Alexa is known to share private conversations of its users in the past. Of course, it is unofficially confirmed to be a bug, but nobody likes to get spied on in his own house, right?
If you are serious about your privacy, then you must wipe those voice recordings. Though you cannot command “Alexa, stop spying.” yet, Amazon does provide certain methods to delete them, which I am going to share below.
Why delete the recordings?
Alexa gets awaken when you say its trigger word, so it keeps listening to your conversations to pick up the trigger word whenever you say it. The issue with its always-on, always-listening mode is that it listens to everything.