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Researchers Demonstrate Privacy Implications of Selling Used Amazon Echo Dots

Researchers say factory resetting an Amazon Echo Dot isn’t enough to protect your privacy.

By Nathaniel Mott

Northeastern University researchers showed that factory resetting an Amazon Echo Dot isn’t enough to protect your personal information from someone with physical access to the device.

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