No word on Siri, Bixby, "OK Google" and their kin.
Now, obviously big tech would prefer to keep mum on what they are recording around your house, and a subpoena kinda makes that hard. We've already had some issues with smart TV listening in.
I wonder who would be interested in a 'what goes on in my house when i'm not using the Internet' report?' Have we reached the state where home 'robots' use more bandwidth than people?
What's next to get smart around the home that can be subpoened? I mean, toilets got Internet some time ago. Definitely we need some sort of kitchen-counter that is a large touch display (that is using some super gorilla glass that can withstand the slap-chop).
I look forward to the day we have a smart central vacuum testify in court. Or run for government.