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The New York Times contributor Kara Swisher joins ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to discuss Amazon Sidewalk as the company plans to share internet through this network, adding that she would ‘unplug’ the devices for privacy.

6 thoughts on “New York Times contributor Kara Swisher on Amazon Sidewalk's privacy concerns”
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  3. Remember. Even when you disable features. These tech companies can re-enable it with every update. Updates they can send to your device automatically without you knowing.

  4. The Atlantic 2014

    The Details About the CIA's Deal With Amazon

    A $600 million computing cloud built by an outside company is a "radical departure" for the risk-averse intelligence community.

    From Nexgov 2020

    The Central Intelligence Agency has awarded its long-awaited Commercial Cloud Enterprise, or C2E, contract to five companies—Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google, Oracle and IBM.

    I don't trust Amazon or the CIA. Call me crazy.

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