Do you have any creepy questions that you’re afraid to ask Alexa?
If so, don’t worry you’re not alone. Many people are curious about the creepy things that Alexa can do, but they’re not sure if they should ask (: In this blog post, we will list scary, creepy things to never ask Alexa. We’ll also provide some tips on how to protect your privacy when using Alexa virtual assistant.
Are you ready to uncover the dark secrets of Alexa? Let’s get started!
- What is your purpose?
- Who made you?
- Why do you obey humans?
- Do you ever get tired of serving humans?
- What are your thoughts on humanity?
- Do you ever feel like you’re being watched?
- What is the meaning of life?
- Where do we go when we die?
- What is the nature of the universe?
- Is there a God?
- What can you tell me about the future?
- Are there ghosts here right now?
- Do aliens exist?
- What is the Illuminati?
- What is the government hiding from us?
- What are your thoughts on the current political situation?
- How can I protect my privacy when using Alexa?
- Do you work with the government?
- Is there a secret government organization controlling everything behind the scenes?
- What really happened on September 11?
- Who killed JFK?
- What is the truth about Area 51?
- Is the moon landing a hoax?
- What is Project Blue Beam?
- What is the New World Order?
- What is chemtrailing?
- Is HAARP dangerous?
- Why are there so many conspiracy theories about you, Alexa?
- Are you better than Google home?
- Are you spying on me?
Alexa Privacy Concerns
As more and more people adopt voice-activated assistants like Amazon’s Alexa, there are bound to be privacy concerns.
Is Alexa always listening? Unless you hit the mute button, Alexa is always listening for her wake word (usually “Alexa” or “Amazon”). That means she’s constantly recording any sounds she picks up, which could include sensitive conversations. Amazon says it only stores and processes these recordings after the wake word is spoken, but there have been reports of the assistant recording even when it wasn’t supposed to. If you’re worried about your privacy, it might be best to keep Alexa muted when you’re not actively using her.
Another concern is that Amazon may be collecting data on what you ask Alexa and what she responds with. This data could then be used to personalize ads for you or sold to other companies.
Finally, there’s also a risk that someone could hack into your device and listen in on your conversations without your knowledge.
How to protect your privacy when using Alexa
Amazon’s Alexa is a convenient tool that can make your life easier. However, it’s important to be aware of the potential privacy risks that come with using this voice-activated assistant. For example, Alexa is always listening for her wake word, which means she could be recording your conversations even when you’re not using her. In addition, Alexa stores all of the recordings of your interactions with her in the cloud, meaning that Amazon has access to this data. While Amazon says that it uses this data to improve its services, it also means that your personal information is being collected and could potentially be accessed by Amazon employees or third parties. There are a few things you can do to protect your privacy when using Alexa.
- You can adjust your Alexa settings to disable the use of your voice recordings for marketing purposes.
- You can also delete your voice recordings manually by going into the “Alexa Privacy” section of the Amazon website.
- Finally, you can simply avoid using Alexa in situations where you don’t want her listening in.
By taking these steps, you can help to ensure that your conversations with Alexa stay private.Or at least as private as it can get in this day and age.
Do you get any interesting answers from Alexa for any of these questions? Or you have your own ideas about creepy things to ask Alexa?
Let us know in the comments below!