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Does a digital assistant live with you? Do you trust it?

Safewise asked 600 Americans how comfortable they are with the smart speakers they cohabitate with, and then compared those answers to a similar survey it did in 2019. A year of living in such close quarters with Alexa and her relatives made for some interesting insights.

Nearly half (45%) did not trust their device—so much so that they disabled it for fear it was spying on them. This number is up from 38% two years ago. And yet 40% of respondents said they would trust the device to entertain their kids while they were out, which is up considerably from 21% in 2019.

Now, that could be the pandemic talking, since parents are spending more time with their kids than ever. So if you need to keep your kids entertained with someone who is not programmed by Amazon, we suggest these free online resources.

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