Apple said in a statement that there are several privacy policies. The records are not tied to Apple IDs and are examined in "secure facilities" by persons subject to "strict confidentiality requirements". It will not be known by whom the device made a request or otherwise made connections.
However, this raises some concerns, not just the confidential information itself. Allegedly there is "high turnover" for contractors, according to the source, and there are reportedly relatively few new hiring reviews. A malicious recruit could theoretically misuse the data. There also seems to be no guidelines for handling confidential records. Employees are encouraged to report inadvertent "Hey Siri" requests as technical issues, but not the content itself.
It would be difficult to avoid these records as long as Apple and its rivals want people to meet the quality of requests Check language assistant. Hotwords like "Hey Siri" and "Alexa" are not foolproof. However, companies have not readily informed the public about their human QA teams. And where Amazon and Google allow you to disable certain uses for recording, Siri is usually an all-or-nothing affair. You can disable "Hey Siri" or turn off Siri completely, but you can not control what you share. This does not mean that the mere use of Siri puts you at serious risk of data breaches ̵