Your Google Home or Fitbit could be used against you in court

If that smart new home device in your bedroom is voice activated, then it's always listening.

That also means it's probably often recording, and sending information to the cloud.

So what happens when a judge or prosecutor thinks some of those recordings might be pertinent to a case?

Or perhaps they want to check information from your Fitbit to see if you were near a crime scene?

It might sound dramatic, but experts believe data collected from our devices will increasingly find its way into Australian courts.

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