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Umm... No thanks, Amazon.
Big platforms are always looking for ways to profit from people’s private information, including kids. Follow the link to learn how to protect your children’s privacy: protonmail.com/blog/how-to-pro

@protonmail I found one more very minor issue with the blog posts. Talkback reads "Posted on 4:24 PM" whereas the site says "Posted on October 4, 2018"

@protonmail Another thing Amazon does that's extremely unethical Is the state of their work environments, all these massive monopolistic corporations need a wake up call

@protonmail isn't it illegal for them to collect data about children? Do they have to delete the account if they learn it belongs to a minor?

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They write "your child's". As far as I know it is ok to save children's data when the parernts give them away.
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