Amazon using workers for Internet propaganda


This 30 August 2018 video from Senator Bernie Sanders in the USA says about itself:

Amazon Is Paying Employees to Tweet Positive Stories

Amazon is paying some of its employees to tweet positive stories about the company. Hmm, why is that?

Some of the comments on this video say:

I worked at Amazon in France and I had a hard time working and walking through the aisles at night for about 15 kilometers till I got blood under my toes and needed a surgery to clean the clotted blood. When we would get the short breaks each time we had to get checked by security agents as if we were thieves. When I asked a judge and an entrepreneur they told me that it was the worst company as far as the employees’ welfare was concerned. I couldn’t work more than a week and had to quit the job there.

I worked for Disney….they did the same thing just a little different:) Employees posted very positive and intriguing messages about the games and products to deceive kids and their parents. So sick, indeed.

Yes, Jeff Bezos is all about propaganda. He also has the Washington Post [which he owns] publish positive stories about the company, AND he employs people (or software) to remove any comment on the Washington Post‘s website that criticizes (or perhaps even mentions) Jeff Bezos.

This 23 May 2018 video from Senator Bernie Sanders in the USA says about itself:

Faces of Greed: Jeff Bezos

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ wealth increases by $275 million every single day. Meanwhile, Amazon workers have to rely on food stamps and public assistance just to survive. This is what a rigged economy is all about.

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