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The Congress may request Google responses in more than one Microphone Blunder




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Google's smart home-owned business company has landed on shore last week last week to keep up the lack of information about a microphone inside the Nest System, which is not among the specs of the device.

And now, the Congress is taking part, through the Sundar Pichai Senate Commerce Commission.

Letter – He asks six questions – Basically, a third party looks for whether or not the microphone can be accessed. When one of these questions says exactly:

Did Google know or never know a third party with Google without a certain permission using the Nest Secure microphone?

There's nothing to suggest that the Nest Secure microphone has never been hacked, but users did not even know it, if it existed a week ago, there is concern in the Nest community.

The other questions are:

Has the microphone always been a component of a Nest Segured home security and alarm system device?

When and when did Google know that a microphone is not listed in the technical specifications for the customers of Nest Secure?

Which steps do Google use for the buyers of Nest Secure devices that have been hiding this device before a microphone?

Describe Google's process for developing product specific technical specifications. The presence of a microphone in the process that occurred during the phase of this process was in front of the Nest Secure device? Google has taken steps to recover Google products in the technical specifications of other products?

Does Google have similar specifications for any technical specifications of any Google product?

When Google announced that Google's helpers would work on its Nest security devices, Google, like Alexa-competitors, need a microphone to listen to it … & nbsp; "OK Google" or "Hey Google". The thing is, a microphone never appears on the tab, and Nest Secure users have a microphone in their homes, without knowing it.

"The device's microphone was a secret and should be listed in the technology specifications, which is why" Google spokesman said, & nbsp; last week

As regards the Senate's letter, Pichai replied on March 12 at 5pm and must also consult the March 29.

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Google's smart home-owned business company has landed on shore last week last week to keep up the lack of information about a microphone inside the Nest System, which is not among the specs of the device.

And now Congress is taking part – Letter from the Senate Trade Commission through Google's CEO Sundar Pichai.

The letter that asks the sixth essentially seeks out whether or not the microphone is accessed to a third party. When one of these questions says exactly:

Did Google know or never know a third party with Google without a certain permission using the Nest Secure microphone?

There's nothing to suggest that the Nest Secure microphone has never been hacked, but users did not even know it, if it existed a week ago, there is concern in the Nest community.

The other questions are:

Has the microphone always been a component of a Nest Segured home security and alarm system device?

When and when did Google know that a microphone is not listed in the technical specifications for the customers of Nest Secure?

Which steps do Google use for the buyers of Nest Secure devices that have been hiding this device before a microphone?

Describe Google's process for developing product specific technical specifications. The presence of a microphone in the process that occurred during the phase of this process was in front of the Nest Secure device? Google has taken steps to recover Google products in the technical specifications of other products?

Does Google have similar specifications for any technical specifications of any Google product?

When Google announced that Google's helpers would work on their Nest security devices, Google's Alexa-competitors clearly needed to build a microphone to listen to the wake … "OK Google" or "Hey Google." The thing is, a microphone does not appear in the sequence list, and the users of Nest Secure live in a microphone without knowing it.

"The device's microphone was never a secret and it had to appear in the technology specifications, which was our mistake," said Google spokesman last week.

As regards the Senate's letter, Pichai replied on March 12 at 5pm and must also consult the March 29.


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