(Daisy Luther) About a month ago, I began working with Cat Ellis to put together a guide to help people prepare for the possibility of a coronavirus pandemic and potential quarantines. We published our book, The Wuhan Coronavirus Survival Manual: How to Prepare for Pandemics and Quarantines (nCoV-2019, Covid-19 Edition), on February 16th.
(Alan Macleod) Jeff Bezos is asking the public for donations to provide basic support to his 800,000 employees who are suffering in poverty in the wake of the pandemic.
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(Mike Adams) Items you purchase on Amazon.com that you think are new might actually have been packaged by dumpster divers who scour trash bins to find food items they can repackage and sell on Amazon, a shocking Wall Street Journal investigation has found.
(Paul Joseph Watson) A new Amazon Prime show starring Al Pacino features a group of “diverse” vigilantes who hunt down and kill “Nazis,” some of whom are depicted wearing red MAGA-style hats.
(John Vibes) According to new satellite data released by the Brazilian government this week, deforestation in the Amazon rainforest is at the highest levels the area has seen in over a decade. The data was collected by the Satellite Legal Amazon Deforestation Monitoring Project (PRODES), and documented the rates of deforestation in nine states of the Brazilian Legal Amazon. The figures were published by The National Institute for Space Research (INPE).
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(Zero Hedge) Owners of the company’s products should understand that, if you own any device equipped with Amazon’s Alexa – or “NSAlexa” – digital assistant, the e-commerce giant likely has access to some of your most private, intimate moments.
(Zero Hedge) After publishing a steady stream of scoops about Amazon’s anti-competitive tendencies, the Wall Street Journal on Monday dropped one of the biggest media bombshells to rock the e-commerce giant in recent memory: That Amazon has deliberately tweaked its product-search algorithm to more prominently feature products that are more profitable for Amazon, including its own in-house brands.
(Mayukh Saha) Delaware senator Chris Coons had sent a questionnaire to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in May. He had enquired how Amazon utilizes and retains data from the voice assistant device Alexa. Bezos has now confirmed that the recordings on the device and their transcripts never expire automatically.
(JD Heyes) POTUS Donald Trump may have jabbed fellow billionaire Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon and owner of The Washington Post, over his paper’s blatant Left-wing slant and bias, but his Pentagon is ensuring that the mega-e-tailer continues to amass a great deal of wealth — as part of the Deep State’s “military-industrial complex.”
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(Javad Heirannia) Q. Before we begin discussing what you are calling a full disclosure agenda, let me ask you about your most recent book published at Amazon in both electronic form and hard copy. What is in that book?
(Peter Dockrill) A newly revealed patent application filed by Amazon is raising privacy concerns over an envisaged upgrade to the company’s smart speaker systems. This change would mean that, by default, the devices end up listening to and recording everything you say in their presence.
(Zero Hedge) Guess who wrote the following text: “When Alexa runs your home, Amazon tracks you in more ways than you might want. Would you let a stranger eavesdrop in your home and keep the recordings? For most people, the answer is, ‘Are you crazy?’ Yet that’s essentially what Amazon has been doing to millions of us with its assistant Alexa in microphone-equipped Echo speakers. And it’s hardly alone: Bugging our homes is Silicon Valley’s next frontier.”
(Kristin Myers) While some people have received some surprise tax bills when filing their returns, corporations continue to avoid paying tax — thanks to a cocktail of tax credits, loopholes, and exemptions.
(Zero Hedge) Amazon employs thousands of people to listen in on what people around the world are saying to their Alexa digital assistant, according to what is sure to be a Congressional hearing-inspiring report by Bloomberg, which cites seven people who have worked on the program.