https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/322896Theoretically, the government can request evidence from a smart home device in any criminal investigation -- arson, auto theft, larceny and more. It’s especially true when it comes to placing someone in any given location, whether to corroborate or disprove an alibi. If you say you weren’t at home one evening, but stored recordings suggest you were in your living room telling Alexa to “please order pizza,” you’ll likely have some questions to answer.
I wouldn't feel comfortable having any device listening to me, probably 24/7. Will this data be sold elsewhere? I believe that this data could be compromised and used for unknown purposes.
It's a no from me. Never.