Amazon Panopticon: the Data Tesseract

Context: A look at the intimate details Amazon knows about us

It is not entirely inaccurate to assert that the most effective prison is one which is totally transparent and masquerades as freedom of choice and that, I suggest, is precisely what has happened here. There’s certainly some malfeasance or ethical impropriety of decision-making but to be honest, compelled by aloof commercial self-interest as they are, I don’t think they even understand the breadth and depth of what they have been cultivating. This is the data tesseract.

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