By: Earnest Jones | 10-28-2017 | News
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Invasive Corporatocratic Surveillance Gets Creepy: Convenience for Convenience’s Sake

The widespread surveillance of the public by the corporatocracy is becoming invasive with the advent of new programs by Amazon and Walmart.

These programs are allowing the corporations to infiltrate people’s homes while they’re absent. A new program known as Amazon Key, which is set to launch on the 8th of November, is being rolled out by Amazon.

The idea is to not only set up equipment to monitor yourself and your home, but for you to also pay $250 for their kit which includes an Amazon security camera and a “smart” lock for the privilege of doing so.

This is just a continuation of the smart invasion and deception. The lie is being promulgated in the name of trendy, useful and convenient technology. Surprisingly, the grave privacy concerns of handing over the keys of your house to this corporations is not being addressed.

Amazon Key system is an enormous leap forward in corporatocratic surveillance. The corporation intends to send in its agents through your front door without you being there. Moreover, it wants to set up a system where you can remotely open the door for anyone, even if they don’t want work for Amazon, e.g. pet sitters and dog walkers.

Imagine Amazon getting all the footage of your house. The Amazon Key will be available in 37 U.S. cities to start, after-which more cities will be incorporated. The remote delivery access programs have been introduced by other corporates apart from Amazon.

Facebook, Google, Walmart, Amazon and others are already inside your home. Through the use of Echo, Siri, Alexa or any other gadgets, they are listening in on your calls.

Every time these retail/tech giants introduce new programs, our privacy and freedom is diminished, step and step. We’re already past the point of saturation with convenience. Now it’s just convenience for convenience’s sake.


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Anonymous No. 10535 2017-10-29 : 06:26

Now it’s just convenience for convenience’s sake

Anonymous No. 10536 2017-10-29 : 06:27

Even if they don’t want work for

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