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The Amazon Privacy Nightmare

“What you search for, what you buy, what shows you watch, what pills you take, what you say to Alexa and who’s at your front door” — it’s all accessible.

Amazon isn’t just listening to you; it’s letting others spy on you too.

Next to the U.S. military, the most trusted institution in America is Amazon. According to a Harvard/Harris Poll done in June 2021, 71% of the public has a…

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Micah Sifry

Micah Sifry

Co-founder Civic Hall. Publisher of The Connector newsletter (find it on Substack). Board member Consumer Reports, Public Lab.

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