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There's nothing "tinfoil hat" about being skeptical regarding vendor assurances of user privacy. Google, Facebook, Apple and others have crossed the privacy line numerous times, only to (apparently) walk it back when their practices were discovered and criticized.
In his response, dniblock asks some valid questions about the "disable" option. I wonder why the feature's not strictly opt-in, which would be the best privacy-protecting option for the Amazon search results feature.