A young woman’s video promoting the Amazon One palm-scanning payment machine is going viral online.
The European lady uses the Amazon device to scan her palm, which is then linked to her credit or debit card for use at checkout where she again scans her palm to pay for products.
Infowars covered these kiosks in an article nine months ago after they were installed at an Austin, Texas Whole Foods Market.
At the time, several politicians sent a letter to Amazon questioning the company’s collection of palm prints.
“Amazon’s expansion of biometric data collection through Amazon One raises serious questions about Amazon’s plans for this data and its respect for user privacy, including about how Amazon may use the data for advertising and tracking purposes,” they wrote.
Local news outlets even picked up on the controversial technology.
A similar video went viral last month after a young woman shared her experience using a cashless face-scanning vending machine to grab a bottle of water.
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