Originally Posted by mubertmumphrey
Those of us disturbed by the extent of Amazon's privacy intrusions have a legitimate and completely obvious grievance. I think it's reasonable to expect that Amazon needn't keep tabs on our every location, when, where, and what we read, the exact text of any notes we write, etc. Are they legally in the clear? Do wireless carriers violate privacy too? Who gives a ****. It doesn't excuse what they are doing. And you can bet that 99.99999% of Kindle owners have no idea of it.
Feels nice to be among the 0.00001% who know you can turn off those features.