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Amazon’s Surveillance System Is a Global Risk to People of Color

If we are its consumers, then we are aiding White supremacy

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OOur consumption is linked to corporations. They frame our everyday lives, from where we post to where we shop. Their ubiquity lies in their ability to invisibly shape our lives in ways we do not comprehend. Take Amazon as an example—a corporation that, on…




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Hiba Ali

Hiba Ali

Hiba Ali is a digital media artist and scholar whose research focuses on technology and labor. (hibaali.info)

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