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Amazon has a major problem with thousands of fake reviews, report claims

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Amazon has been inundated with tens of thousands of potentially fake five-star reviews, according to a new consumer report in the United Kingdom.

An investigation by Which? found that of the hundreds of tech products for sale on the Jeff Bezos-led company, many have glowing reviews from unverified purchasers, which is a strong sign of being fake.

The consumer advocacy organization analyzed 14 different technology products, including cameras, wearables, headphones and smartwatches, and discovered that some appear to be more heavily targeted by potentially fake reviews and “unknown” brands.

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“It took just a couple of hours to uncover more than 10,000 reviews from unverified purchasers on just 24 pairs of headphones — an easy-to-find red flag that highlights the scale of Amazon’s problem with fake reviews,” according to a statement from Which?

The British watchdog also found a large number of cameras, fitness trackers and smartwatches from unknown brands with perfect five-star ratings and a chunk of unverified reviews.

Amazon, along with Facebook, has been struggling to stem the tide of fake reviews for quite some time. The issue of fake reviews has also put the retail behemoth in the crosshairs of the FTC.

There are ways that consumers can protect themselves from potentially fake reviews, according to Which?: Scrutinize brands you aren’t familiar with more carefully; be suspicious of massive numbers of reviews; check for a lot of repetitive phrases in reviews and review titles; check seller profiles; and filter to check for unverified versus verified reviews.

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Amazon provided the following statement to the British consumer group in response to its findings:

“Amazon invests significant resources to protect the integrity of reviews in our store because we know customers value the insights and experiences shared by fellow shoppers. Even one inauthentic review is one too many. We have clear participation guidelines for both reviewers and selling partners and we suspend, ban, and take legal action on those who violate our policies.”

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Pelosi heralds ‘new era’ of Big Tech regulation, says 230 protections could be removed

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the United States is in a “new era” when it comes to regulating Big Tech firms like Facebook, Google and Amazon.

During an interview on Kara Swisher’s Recode Decode podcast, the country’s most powerful Democrat said more needs to be done to curb the power of Big Tech, adding her voice to a bipartisan chorus of lawmakers who believe that Silicon Valley has run roughshod over norms around privacy, speech and elections.

“In the U.K., as you know, they’ve said the era of self-regulation of these companies is over,” she told Swisher, who asked if it’s over in the U.S.

“It probably should be,” Pelosi said. “I think we have to subject it all to scrutiny and cost-benefits and all that, but I do think that it’s a new era.”

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Even so, Pelosi’s tough talk is happening at a time when tech industry workers are donating heavily to Democratic lawmakers and organizations. According to data from the Center for Responsive Politics, the vast majority of employee donations from workers at Amazon (89.3 percent), Google/Alphabet (96 percent), Facebook (94.5 percent) and Twitter (98.7 percent) went to Democrats during the 2018 midterm elections.

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is seen above. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) (AP)

Pelosi even hinted during the interview that Silicon Valley could lose its protections under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which gives them broad immunity in terms of being responsible for what gets published on their platforms.

“230 is a gift to them, and I don’t think they are treating it with the respect that they should,” she said. “And so I think that that could be a question mark and in jeopardy. … For the privilege of 230, there has to be a bigger sense of responsibility on it, and it is not out of the question that that could be removed.”

Section 230 was amended a year ago when FOSTA-SESTA, which aims to stop online sex trafficking, was signed into law by the Trump administration. Critics of FOSTA-SESTA calim that it actually cracks down on sex workers and will lead to a range of frivolous lawsuits against tech companies.

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A number of Democrats running for president have called for stricter regulation of Big Tech, including South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Texan Beto O’Rourke and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Although Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to break up tech giants like Amazon and Facebook has drawn more scrutiny, Pelosi said she had not studied it closely when questioned about it.

“I know there could be some clear lines that we see in our community, of companies that maybe could be easily broken up without having any impact, one on the other,” she said. “I’m a big believer in the antitrust laws, I think that’s very important for us to have them and to use them, and to subject those who should be subjected to it. I don’t know how all of these should be painted with the same brush, but I think that’s a look that should be taken.”

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#MeToo comments killed Woody Allen movie deal, Amazon claims

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Woody Allen killed his contract with Amazon when he called the #MeToo movement a witch hunt, lawyers repping the digital retail giant claim.

Amazon inked a four-movie deal with the controversial director in 2017 and never released his film “A Rainy Day in New York,” which sources previously claimed contained an adult-teen sex scene.

Attorney Robert Klieger told U.S. District Judge Denise Cote Friday that Allen, 83, breached his contract when he made “public comments that at a minimum were insensitive to the #MeToo movement.”

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Klieger said that Allen’s remarks hurt made the project, which starred Timothée Chalamet, Selena Gomez, Elle Fanning, Jude Law and Rebecca Hall, too difficult to promote.

Friday’s hearing was for a $68 million lawsuit Allen filed against Amazon in February.

Allen did not attend the hearing; his lawyer, John Quinn, told the judge that Amazon initially claimed it was ending the deal because of sexual abuse allegations made against Allen, not because of his incendiary remarks.

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“The baseless allegations against Mr. Allen are decades old,” Quinn said, adding that the claims were well known when Amazon signed their contract with Allen in August 2017 — just months before the #MeToo movement would shake Hollywood.

Allen’s adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, said in 1992 that Allen molested her in an attic when she was 7. Allen has repeatedly denied it and claimed Dylan’s mother, actress Mia Farrow, coached her to lie. Connecticut home. The Los Angeles Times reported that authorities and sexual abuse experts investigated the allegations, but a prosecutor declined to press charges to spare young Dylan the trauma of a trial. A judge in the case reportedly claimed that Allen’s behavior toward Dylan was “grossly inappropriate.”

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Dylan recounted the allegations in a 2014 essay for the New York Times, as well as in a sitdown for “CBS This Morning” in 2018.

Quinn claims that Amazon changed its explanation for terminating Allen’s contract to Allen’s #MeToo commentary, not the allegations levied against him previously.

Quinn said Amazon also cited claims that people in the industry won’t work with Allen.

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Many of Allen’s former castmembers renounced him, including “A Rainy Day in New York” stars Chalamet and Hall, as well as Michael Caine, Jeff Daniels, Hayley Atwell, Colin Firth, Mira Sorvino and Greta Gerwig.

In court papers, Amazon noted that Allen’s son, Ronan Farrow, published an article in The New Yorker just weeks after the company signed its contract with Allen, detailing numerous sexual misconduct claims against Harvey Weinstein.

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“The article became the catalyst for a broad reckoning over the persistence of sexual harassment in entertainment and other industries,” Amazon’s lawyers wrote in court documents.

Afterward, Amazon’s team alleges, Allen made numerous public remarks “suggesting that he failed to grasp the gravity of the issues or the implications for his own career.”

They cited several quotes by Allen in a magazine article including: “You don’t want it to lead to a witch-hunt atmosphere, a Salem atmosphere, where every guy in an office who winks at a woman is suddenly having to call a lawyer to defend himself.”

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They also noted that after Dylan recalled her harrowing memories of Allen’s alleged sexual abuse in January 2018, Allen publicly dismissed the statements in an interview, saying his daughter was “cynically using” #MeToo for attention.

Klieger told the judge Allen’s public comments resulted in controversy “in Hollywood and outside of Hollywood,” making his films unable to be made nor promoted any longer.

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The judge set a case schedule stretching into 2020.

Allen and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, among others, will likely be ordered to depose if the case isn’t resolved in private mediation.

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Allen planns to produce a new movie this summer, Quinn claimed. The auteur still has some celebrity supporters, including Javier Bardem, Diane Keaton, Blake Lively, Scarlett Johansson and Alec Baldwin.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Democrats want US government to audit ‘black box’ of AI bias

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Can the algorithms powering innovation at Silicon Valley’s largest companies, like Amazon, Facebook and Google, be audited for bias?

Whether you’re searching for information on Google, being subjected to facial recognition technology built by Amazon, wondering if your Facebook post will be taken down or curious whether your resume made it to the top of the pile, behind-the-scenes systems fueled by essentially unknowable algorithms are powering these and countless other online and offline processes.

A bill introduced on Wednesday by Democratic Sens. Ron Wyden and Cory Booker called the Algorithmic Accountability Act aims to force tech giants to audit their machine-learning and artificial intelligence systems for bias. A similar bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives.

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Tech firms have been loath to share much information about how these internal computational systems work. As such, they are often characterized as “black boxes” with the potential for abuse. Where there’s no light, critics say, bias and discrimination against groups based on race, gender and other traits can flourish.

“The harms are not evenly distributed, but this is in our lives, right?” Meredith Whittaker, a co-founder of the AI Now Institute, asked in a recent conversation with Kara Swisher. “There are license-plate profiling AIs that are sort of tracking people as they go over different bridges in New York. You have systems that are determining which school your child gets enrolled in. You have automated essay scoring systems that are determining whether it’s written well enough. Whose version of written English is that? And what is it rewarding or not? What kind of creativity can get through that?”

The bill would empower the Federal Trade Commission to create and enforce new rules for companies to check for accuracy, bias and potential privacy or security concerns in their automated systems, and to correct them if issues are discovered. Smaller firms that make less than $50 million per year are exempted, unless they are data brokers with information on at least 1 million customers.

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“Computers are increasingly involved in so many of the key decisions Americans make with respect to their daily lives — whether somebody can buy a home, get a job or even go to jail,” Sen. Ron Wyden said in an interview with The Associated Press.

Advocates for a more ethical approach to artificial intelligence have pointed out that machine learning systems are still built by humans – in terms of Silicon Valley’s biggest players, that typically means white men – and therefore should not be seen as neutral or infallible.

“[Amazon] took two years to design, essentially, an AI automatic resume scanner,” the AI Now Institute’s Kate Crawford told Swisher on the podcast. “And they found that it was so biased against any female applicant that if you even had the word ‘woman’ on your résumé that it went to the bottom of the pile.”

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Thousands of Amazon workers listen to recordings from Alexa: reports

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Alexa is like having your own personal assistant that never asks for a raise. The problem is she’s always listening – and so are thousands of Amazon workers, according to a report.

Teams stationed around the world listen to and transcribe recordings, then send them back into the Echo’s software to erase the gaps in Alexa’s ability to understand speech, a report from Bloomberg said.

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Sometimes the workers can even hear chatter in the background while Alexa is on but employees on the team are not authorized to speak about their work, Bloomberg reported.

The employees, who range from contract to full-time, reportedly sign nondisclosure agreements and listen to up to 1,000 audio clips per nine-hour shift.

Although Amazon reportedly has procedures in place for when potential criminal conduct is heard. Two workers in Romania told Bloomberg that they were told it isn’t Amazon’s job to interfere. In other cases, the workers said they sometimes use internal chatrooms to share recordings they find amusing.

When workers come across a background conversation about personal information like bank details the worker is supposed to make the audio file as “critical data” and move on, according to Bloomberg.

“We take the security and privacy of our customers’ personal information seriously,” an Amazon spokesman told Bloomberg in a written statement. “We only annotate an extremely small sample of Alexa voice recordings in order [to] improve the customer experience. For example, this information helps us train our speech recognition and natural language understanding systems, so Alexa can better understand your requests, and ensure the service works well for everyone.

Amazon did not immediately respond to an email from Fox News.

Alexa users can disable their voice recordings for developing new features.

Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant also have human workers that listen to snippets of audio, but the companies reported to Bloomberg that the recordings aren’t linked to personally identifying information.

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“We have strict technical and operational safeguards, and have a zero tolerance policy for the abuse of our system. Employees do not have direct access to information that can identify the person or account as part of this workflow. All information is treated with high confidentiality and we use multi-factor authentication to restrict access, service encryption and audits of our control environment to protect it,” Amazon told Bloomberg.

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Americans hate social media but can’t give it up, WSJ/NBC News poll finds

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Americans have a paradoxical attachment to the social-media platforms that have transformed communication, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds, saying they regard services such as Facebook to be divisive and a threat to privacy but continue to use them daily.

Across age groups and political ideologies, adults in the survey said they held a negative view of the effects of social media—even though 70% use such services at least once a day.

The deep-dive survey into views of technology draws a picture of Americans struggling personally with their social-media habits and looking for more supervision of social-media companies by the federal government. Pollsters said they were surprised by the high and relatively uniform dissatisfaction with social media across demographic and political groups.

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“If we saw this same, strongly negative force of opinion—spanning partisanship and age—stacked against any one of our corporate clients, I think they would certainly be concerned about their standing in the marketplace and in the halls of Congress,” said Micah Roberts, a Republican pollster at Public Opinion Strategies, who helped conduct the survey.

The findings about social media show that “people are kind of struggling with how to handle it from a self-regulation point of view and how we regulate it as a country,’’ said Jeff Horwitt, a Democratic pollster with Hart Research Associates, who also worked on the survey.

While they take a skeptical view of social-media companies like Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc., Americans have favorable views of Amazon.com Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google unit and Apple Inc., though they have little faith in the ability of these three tech giants to protect their personal data.

Americans also are generally optimistic about the benefits technology will bring to their lives and to the economy, although lower-income people and rural residents show significant levels of worry about job losses from automation.

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The survey of 1,000 people, conducted March 23-27, surfaced feelings about many features of technology that permeate daily life.

On average, Americans say a 14-year-old is old enough to have his or her own smartphone.

But in a potentially worrisome development for the internet economy, almost three quarters of respondents said they believe the trade-off that underpins the huge sector—consumers receiving free services but giving up detailed data about their online behavior—is unacceptable.

And a solid majority of respondents said social-media services such as Facebook and Twitter do more to divide Americans than bring them together.

Responding to the survey, a Facebook spokeswoman said, “We’ve introduced several new tools so people can take greater control of their experience and made product updates to increase the number of meaningful conversations and connections people have on Facebook.’’ Twitter didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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13 Alexa skills that you’ll use time and time again

At last, you’ve found yourself with an Amazon Echo speaker. The Echo (or Echo Dot, or Echo Tap, or Echo Show, or Echo Plus, or Echo Spot) is now in your kitchen, and it’s ready for your every command.

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