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May 24th, 2012
08:56 AM ET

IBM bans 'Siri' app because of privacy concerns – Christine Romans reports

"Siri," Apple's revolutionary voice-controlled iPhone app, is still in it's beta-testing phase, but it's already proven to be a game changer for smart phone technology.

Despite it's popularity, tech giant IBM has recently raised security and privacy issues over the app, choosing to ban "Siri" from its corporate networks. Christine Romans explains the decision on Early Start this morning.

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  1. MIguel Perez

    Just a bit of computer humor... Watson and Siri must have broken up. This is causing all the family problems with IBM and Apple!

    May 24, 2012 at 12:29 pm | Reply

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