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The Amazon One payment technologies are a master stroke for @amazonpay. Via a number of biometric payment methods Amazon is rapidly becoming the AWS of payments for not only retail but online.— Brian Roemmele (@BrianRoemmele) September 29, 2020
Many experts thought AWS was insane as Amazon One may appear today. https://t.co/5qfXoZR7mm
Amazon says it has “no plans to use transaction information from third party locations for Amazon advertising or other purposes.” Hahaha. That’s as funny as what what Lindsey Graham once said about Supreme Court nominees in an election year. https://t.co/eYOKlbpqKJ— Sucharita Kodali (@smulpuru) September 29, 2020
This is so gross. What is happening to our society? Who are all these PMs, software engineers, etc who contributed to this? Where is their sense of ethics, security, and community?— 🇧🇲💜✨ brennx0r ✨💜🇧🇲 (@brennx0r) September 29, 2020
Just because we -can- build it doesn’t mean we -should- build it.
Think about the misuse. https://t.co/dtg2Wv4fEe
Amazon’s hand-scanning payment tech is here.— Jason Del Rey (@DelRey) September 29, 2020
Launching first in Amazon stores, Amazon believes other retailers, including competitors, will use it, too.
The big picture: Amazon wants a cut of physical retail happening outside its walls, just like online https://t.co/EdDpX8yqO0
I have my own personal phone set up for fingerprint recognition, but what creeps me out about biometric identification and payment more generally is that if it gets "hacked," I feel like I would have very little recourse. I can't change my fingerprint like I can my password. https://t.co/c6p4FNeMwT— Adam Kotsko (@adamkotsko) September 29, 2020
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