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The online shopping giant revealed that it will soon put Echo smart speakers equipped with the virtual assistant Alexa in thousands of hotel rooms. The participating chains include Marriott, Westin, St. Regis and Aloft Hotels. NBC’s Jo Ling Kent reports on the potential privacy concerns some have, as well as Amazon’s response.