An Apple whistleblower has publicly decried the company for ‘violating fundamental rights’ after Siri recorded users’ intimate moments without consent

A former Apple contractor has decried the company in a letter to European privacy regulators. Thomas le Bonniec revealed to The Guardian last year that working for Apple he overheard Siri users’ private moments including medical discussions, drug deals, and couples having sex. Although Apple apologized and suspended the program last year, le Bonniec is calling on privacy regulators to punish the tech giant. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

A whistleblower who exposed that Apple was hoovering up people’s Siri recordings has gone public in decrying the company.

Thomas le Bonniec was a contractor for

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