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Was employing contractors to listen to audio samples from failed siri interactions so <hes> what was going on is seri- <hes> apple was recording siri conversation so it would have audio from individuals including when <hes> syria was falsely triggered and you're listening to those and comparing them with computer generated transcripts to understand what was happening with siri why it it was misfiring or why it was misunderstanding users. Were not alerted to this. It was on for everyone apple said data about if the users names locations apple ideas cetera were not part of the review but the guardian if you were the original article people listening some pretty you know private things and but <hes> it's not