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Always on to answer questions at any time, home assistants sold by Amazon and Google may be handy, but they are raising concerns about privacy. Every question they’re asked is transmitted to a Google or Amazon server to retrieve an answer. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY on whether this technology crosses the line of privacy.