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CyberLife could be using its androids to collect private information

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More and more experts are suggesting that CyberLife uses its 120 million androids to record details of private conversations of its customers and sell them to trading partners.

Ever talked about buying that new car while eating dinner with your partner? CyberLife could use that information for targeted advertising. The information goldmine doesn't stop there - everything from personal indiscretions to political affiliations could easily be extracted, and potentially used for nefarious purposes.

The spate of reports linking Warren's Presidency to CyberLife only deepens such concerns.

Several consumer rights organizations have requested that CyberLife disclose the information it gathers and who it sells that information to, but the company has always refused. Requests for a formal inquiry have gone unanswered - so far.

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