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Authorities in Bentonville, Arkansas, issued a warrant for an Amazon Echo device powered by Alexa to see if the gadget has any information linked to a 2015 murder case.\n<br><br>\n<i><u>"Alexa, whodunit?" (Text 2)</u> -- This article is part of a Knowledge Set exploring the use of information recorded by the Amazon Echo (a voice-activated home speaker) as evidence in a murder investigation. This article provides background on the investigation and describes the police's reasons for wanting access data that may be stored on the device as well as Amazon's objections. Use this article to help students understand the details of the case and evaluate the viewpoints of both the police and