Of course. Does anyone at Amazon know what privacy means? Dell Cameron asked:
Few companies have done more than Amazon to dilute the meaning of the word “privacy.” A little more than a decade ago, “privacy” was a word used by people to describe the state of being alone and unobserved, away from prying eyes and ears. Today, so-called “privacy” policies are little more than legal disclosures vaguely articulating the numerous ways in which companies, like Amazon, intend to track their customers and gather their personal information
If privacy is dead, thank Amazon, Google, and Facebook, but leave Apple out of the list.