5 Amazon privacy settings to change now - Fox News
Sep 13, 2020 1 min, 43 secs

Now it's time to dive into your Amazon settings?

Although your browsing history is hidden from the public, you may find this habit unsettling.

To check the privacy settings of your Amazon Lists:.

Remove your public profile.

We don't often think of our Amazon account as our profile.

Your profile is created automatically, whether you want it or not, and it contains comments, ratings, public Wish Lists, biographical information and other site interaction.

If you want to control what activity is visible on your public profile, follow these steps:.

If you want a quick look at what information you’re sharing publicly, click “View your profile as a visitor.” You can tell at a glance if you’re sharing anything you don’t want out in the public arena.

If your profile shows your real name or other information you don't want, go back to the profile settings page and click the Edit profile tab.

It’s located right next to the Edit privacy settings tab.

You can edit or delete any information like your bio, occupation and location?

Listen to and delete your Alexa recordings.

Alexa doesn’t store these recordings in the device itself but on Amazon’s servers.

You can review your voice log with the Alexa app on iOS and Android and listen to all your requests.

In the Alexa app, go to Settings > Alexa Privacy > Manage your Alexa data.

Under “Manage your voice recordings,”  select Automatically delete recordings and select whether this happens every 3 months or every 18 months.

You can also ask Alexa to delete recordings for you.

To enable this, go to Settings > Alexa Privacy > Review Voice History in the Alexa app.

Amazon warns, “Deleting voice recordings may degrade your Alexa experience.” Duly noted.

If you still want the convenience (and the sci-fi vibe) of Alexa voice purchasing, you should set up a PIN code to avoid unauthorized purchases.

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