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.