Found this interesting, got an email from Comcast. Listed most used voice remote "commands" and most searched person for 2019. So they keep track of what you say into your remote. I would guess Tivo does the same. I know Tivo keeps track of what you watch, sells info to other companies. Did not know at least Comcast keeps track of what you SAY. I wonder if remotes "listen" to what you are saying all the time? What about if you are having a private conversation with someone, live or phone calls. Or talking to yourself I'm guessing a lot of voice activated devices probably do the same, like Alexa etc. I myself value my privacy. There is little enough nowadays. Many people give it away on facebook, twitter etc. Now I have to wonder about these voice activated devices. And cameras? I don't use any camera or microphone type things that are connected to the internet (well I do have a cell phone but pretty much just use for phone calls). Heck check the privacy settings on Windows 10. There are a LOT of them, and most default is on. Check what they send to Microsoft, and Microsoft "partners". And share among "apps". Microsoft also encourages you to be logged into your Microsoft account all the time when using Win 10 (as do many other companies, Google, Yahoo, AOL, whatever). If you do then they have some detailed info about you also. Unless you create an anonymous MS account without real info. When you install Win 10 now if you are connected to the internet it REQUIRES you to use your MS account or create one. Says you can disconnect it later. You can get around that by installing offline. Heh, think I am being paranoid? I don't use a Vox remote, one of my Tivos is on TE4 but I use a regular remote, mostly because I feel strange talking to electronics. I was considering just TRYING the Vox remote for fun, now I am leaning towards not doing that, thanks to the Comcast email. Ah well, paranoid or not I am still going to make an effort NOT to share any personal info unless absolutely necessary.