A year ago iPhone and iPad users received early reports that Apple’s voice assistant Siri was listening in to their conversations. A full apology from the company followed as Apple sought to bring in sweeping changes. However, a year on, it appears as though nothing has changed and user privacy continues to be at risk. 

Thomas le Bonniec, a whistleblower who had blown the lid off Apple’s secret around listening in to Siri recordings last year, has now written a letter to all European data protection regulators claiming that Apple has ignored fundamental rights and is continuing with its data collection program. 

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