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In some instances, yes. In the Apple privacy policy breakdown, available here, you can see that Apple indicates your contacts are sent to their servers when using Siri: The longer you use Siri and Dictation, the better they understand you and the better they work. To help them recognize your pronunciation and provide better responses, certain ...


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If your contacts were connected to an account (e.g., iCloud or Exchange), you may need to re-authenticate after an OS upgrade. Go to System Preferences > Internet Accounts and make sure Contacts for the account you use is checked.


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Not sure if this is really a good idea, but you can run this (as yourself, not root) in Terminal: launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.AddressBook.SourceSync.plist FWIW, I had the same problem and even after following the instructions in Tetsujin's link, turning off all Contacts accounts in System Preferences, logging out of iCloud, ...



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