Are you sure? I don't seem to remember too much backlash from this, which was pretty similar:
Or this more recent story:
> However, Apple's practice of sharing Siri data with third parties [to provide and improve Siri, Dictation, and dictation functionality] is perfectly legal and outlined in Apple's iOS Software License Agreement, which Siri users are required to accept.
And of course the second article is an isolated case of human error. Nothing to do with violating privacy for profit.