This 11 February 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is publicly accusing the owner of the National Enquirer of “extortion and blackmail” weeks after the paper revealed details about his extramarital affair [with an ex-Rupert Murdoch employee]. Bezos had recently hired a private investigator to determine how the tabloid newspaper obtained private text messages between him and his lover, and whether the paper’s actions were politically motivated. The National Enquirer’s parent company, American Media, Inc., responded to Bezos’s investigation by threatening to publish revealing photos of Bezos if he did not agree to publicly state that the Enquirer’s coverage was not politically motivated or influenced by political forces.
BEZOS GIRLFRIEND’S BROTHER ‘SOLD PRIVATE TEXTS’ Contrary to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ suspicions that the White House, Saudi Arabia or hackers sold racy messages between himself and his girlfriend Lauren Sánchez to The National Enquirer, a new report claims it was her brother Michael — who allegedly was paid $200,000 by the magazine’s publisher. [HuffPost]
May 09, 2019, by Common Dreams: ‘Alexa, Stop Spying on My Kids’: FTC Complaint Charges Amazon’s Echo Dot Violates Child Privacy Law. “Amazon markets Echo Dot Kids as a device to educate and entertain kids, but the real purpose is to amass a treasure trove of sensitive data that it refuses to relinquish even when directed to by parents.”