Amazon owns my Echo, I’m just feeding it

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It is no secret that voice aides are a Trojan horse. You "buy" a voice assistant such as an Echo Dot or a Google Home, and connect it and give you your Wi-Fi password. But he does not "own" it as if he owned a computer. The software is completely controlled by Amazon or Google or some other company.
Therefore, I bought a Trojan horse in December as a small gift for Christmas: an Echo Dot.
The audiobooks of Amazon
On the night that I set up my Echo Dot, the first thing I wanted to do was listen to an audiobook. Being an addict to Audible makes the Echo fit easily in my life. When saying: "Alexa, play an audiobook", it will simply resume the one I was listening to for the last time on my phone.
I have many books in my library that only have one or two chapters …

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