Google shuts down new Burger King ad

A marketing stunt by a major fast-food chain is raising more concerns about digital privacy. Google has acted quickly to stop a Burger King TV advertisement from activating one of its home assistance devices.

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    A marketing stunt by a major fast-food chain is raising more concerns about digital privacy.

    Google has acted quickly to stop a Burger King TV advertisement from activating one of its home assistance devices.

    It’s believed to be the first time technology has been manipulated in this way.

    Al Jazeera's technology editor Tarek Bazely explains.


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