Facebook, however, claimed that the users who had their conversations hacked were only those who opted in to the Messenger application to have their audio transcribed. Therefore, the goal would be to make sure that the software was able to interpret the words correctly. Despite this, the spokesman guaranteed the anonymity of users.
However, after the controversies involving Amazon and Apple, Facebook stopped the program. Remember that in 2018, Zuckerberg had to testify that the company was able to listen to users' conversations through the cell phone's microphone and use the information to facilitate the distribution of advertisements. He denied the charges and claimed that in order to access this type of content, users had to allow the application.
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