What's more terrifying than an EPYC vulnerability? Your entire Amazon.com history!
Subject: General Tech | May 28, 2018 - 01:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: scary, amazon
For some unknowable reason, Ars Technica determined a way for people to request their entire Amazon.com purchase history, since the creation of the account. The link provided doesn't seem to be compatible with other Amazon sites, such as Amazon.ca which may be a blessing for many readers. As part of the project the Ars staff reminisce about some of their past purchases and what Amazon has meant to them.
Are you willing to see what you have been doing all these years? If so, click here.
"As Americans who've spent many years ordering things off the Internet, we at Ars all have Amazon shopping histories in common, but that doesn't mean we all use the site the same—or feel the same about Amazon's reach, quite frankly."
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