Homeowner is Locked Out of Amazon Account Due to Racism Accusation

According to a report by Didi Rankovic of Reclaim the Net, a homeowner was locked out of his Amazon account due to a flimsy racism accusation. 

The case of Brandon Jackson highlights the potential dangers of Amazon’s “Smart Home” devices.

Towards the end of May, Jackson was blocked from using “smart home” devices such as Amazon Echo. He was accused of making racist remarks towards an Amazon delivery driver through the Eufy doorbell. 

According to Jackson, what actually occurred was the doorbell putting out an automated response, “Excuse me, can I help you?”

Regardless, Jackson claimed that at the time he was supposed to have taken part in a form of racist abuse, he wasn’t present at his house.

But the driver maintained that he was subjected to racial abuse. Amazon sided with the driver and took advantage of the fact that it had data from Jackson’s Amazon devices by disabling all of them as a form of punishment.

With regards to this controversial incident, an Amazon spokesperson told Reclaim The Net the following: 

We work hard to provide customers with a great experience while also ensuring drivers who deliver Amazon packages feel safe. In this case, we learned through our investigation that the customer did not act inappropriately, and we’re working directly with the customer to resolve their concerns while also looking at ways to prevent a similar situation from happening again.

Amazon, like many other massive organizations, is very much attached to the American national security and politically correct Deep State. Such entities serve as private enforcers of the regime’s agenda. For that reason, serious nationalist governments should do everything possible to limit the influence of both administrative state and corporations in the West. 

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