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Amazon Sells Clothes From Factories Other Retailers Shun as Dangerous

Justin Scheck, Jon Emont and Alexandra Berzon writing for The Wall Street Journal

The Journal traced the top to a factory in Chittagong, Bangladesh, that has no fire alarms and where doors are of a type managers can lock and keep workers in. A laborer at the factory, 18-year-old Nasreen Begum, said she spends 12-hour days there stitching shirts with 300 others. β€œYou’re trapped inside until the time you complete the orders,” she said.


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Privacy matters because it empowers us all | Aeon Essays

Carissa VΓ©liz

Facebook does not technically sell your data, for instance. Nor does Google. They sell the power to influence you.


I have nothing against advertising, it's the tracking. Imagine if people had to wear a camera recording everywhere they went and everything they did and submit that footage before being able to watch a show or purchase a newspaper all with the promise of better ads.