Smart TVs raise privacy concerns

Reports that new Samsung TVs can capture personal information with their voice recognition feature has sparked concern about what critics perceive as digital spying by so-called smart devices.

Last week, online magazine The Daily Beast spotted wording in Samsung’s privacy policy that suggests users should be careful when they speak near their smart TVs. This generated buzz on Twitter and other sites, including comparisons to Big Brother behavior from George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984.

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