Stephen Chapman pens a rather long post about the privacy concerns he sees with the dictation feature on the iPad. I am just as paranoid as the next guy (nope, probably more) and even I don’t see the problem here.
Chapman is trying to paint Apple has being shady about this, when that is far from the case.
Apple warns you that contacts and user data will be stored on their servers when you turn on the feature. That’s about as much as you can hope for.
At the very least, this is a feature you can easily turn off.