Luxembourg’s privacy authority inquires into Amazon’ Alexa recordings revelations

Luxembourg’s National Data Protection Commission (CNDP) is discussing with Amazon over concerns about Alexa recordings, after Bloomsberg revealed instances of everyday conversations as well as cases of suspected domestic violence had been recorded and reviewed. According to the BBC, the Luxembourgish regulator is the lead supervisory authority for the company in the EU, meaning that it co-ordinates investigations into the business on behalf of the other member states, and at this point it has not launched a formal privacy probe.