Op-Ed: Next Up Thanks to Big Tech – Cameras in All Offices, Diet Monitoring

Op-Ed: Next Up Thanks to Big Tech – Cameras in All Offices, Diet Monitoring


Amazon’s recent move should anger every conservative who values the privacy rights of Americans. Acting as an extension of the liberal nanny-state, the e-commerce giant — owned by the world’s richest man — recently forced delivery drivers to sign “biometric consent” forms to continue working for the company.

Under Amazon’s privacy policy, drivers must consent to sharing photographs used to verify their identity; vehicle location and movements (including “miles driven, speed, acceleration, braking, turns, following distance”); “potential traffic violations” (such as speeding, failing to stop at stop signs and having seatbelts unbuckled); and “potentially risky driver behavior, such as distracted driving or drowsy driving.”

In the name of “safety,” Amazon employees must agree to being surveilled by artificial intelligence or risk losing their jobs.

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Unfortunately, Amazon is not alone. Competitors like Facebook and Google abuse their power too. Even beyond Big Tech, employers are using key-logger software, video surveillance, geolocation tracking and

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