Amazon May Be Working on ‘Database of Suspicious Persons’ Using Facial Recognition


A patent application filed by Amazon offers a vision of how doorbell cameras could be equipped with new technology that would allow the devices to gather data and identify people considered to be “suspicious.”

The application – revealed by the US Patent and Trademark Office last month and first reported by CNN – describes how a series of cameras could be used to piece together a composite image of an individual’s face, giving homeowners and police the ability to more easily identify someone who has engaged in potential criminal activity.

The patent’s inventor is identified as Jamie Siminoff, the CEO of Ring, the home security company that manufactures doorbells that record video and connect to users’ smartphones. Amazon acquired Ring in February, thrusting itself into the home surveillance business. (Amazon founder Jeff Bezos owns The Washington Post.)

The patent application states that home safety is a major concern for homeowners and that the presence of doorbell recording devices can be a “powerful deterrent against would-be burglars.” The application also posits other potential uses for cameras equipped with facial-recognition technology, such as comparing facial images to a “database of suspicious persons.” If a suspicious person showed up on a homeowner’s doorstep, for example, the technology would then retrieve “information about that person from the database,” the application says.

After analysing someone’s facial features and contacting homeowners, the application says, the visitor could be added to an “authorised list” or a database of “suspicious persons.” The technology would also allow neighbours to share information about suspicious people, creating a cooperative neighborhood-wide surveillance system.

Ring is already exploring similar technologies. In May, the company launched an app called “Neighbors,” which allows people to “view and comment on crime and security information in their communities,” according to CNET.

Siminoff told CNET that the app has amassed more than 1 million active users who are using it to swap information about crimes and criminals. “We’re seeing it become a foundation,” he said. “It enhances everything we do in the company.”

Jake Snow, a technology and civil liberties attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California, warned that the patent application shows that the technology could be used to create “a massive, decentralised surveillance network.”

“This application gave me chills,” he said, adding that Amazon is already pushing law enforcement to embrace facial-recognition technology.

Snow said he believes that Amazon is proceeding without considering the consequences of its technology.

“Just imagine if a person who has a criminal record is delivering a package, but the system has been set to automatically recognise anyone who has a prior criminal history as a ‘suspicious person’ and then the cops show up at this place when this person is just doing their job,” Snow said. “Then you have an interaction between police and this individual, and we’ve seen how interactions between people of colour and the police can turn deadly for any reason or for no reason at all.”

An Amazon spokesman declined to comment on the patent, but the company said the application is based on a previous filing by Ring from before the company was acquired by Amazon. The company said Ring and Amazon are in the habit of filing forward-looking patent applications that explore the possibilities of new technology.

Noting that the patent has not been issued by the patent office, Amazon said that patents do not necessarily reflect product development plans.

Although a patent application doesn’t necessarily tell you what a company is “going to do tomorrow,” Snow said, it does reveal what the firm is “contemplating.”

“An algorithm shouldn’t be deciding whether someone is suspicious,” he said. “We’re calling on Amazon to be more thoughtful of the consequences of their technology being deployed in communities and to put people before profit.”

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Amazon Launches Spark in India, a Community-Driven Experience for Online Shoppers


Amazon India on Thursday launched “Spark”, a new feature that is aimed to bring a community-driven experience to online shopping in the country. The new feature seems to be highly inspired by Instagram and uses customers’ browsing and shopping behaviour to provide them with a personalised feed. It not only allows you to post your stories, polls, questions, or ideas alongside images and hashtags – just as a social network – but also lets other Amazon customers react to your posts with comments and “smiles”. This is similar to how you usually like or favourite social media posts. Importantly, Amazon brought the Spark feature in the US last year.

With Spark, Amazon India believes that customers will be able to find content from influencers, brands, and publishers as well as community content from select, qualifying customers. The feature also offers community rewards majorly in the form of comments and smiles and badges. Additionally, the company trends from your browsing and shopping behaviour to personalise your feed.

The ultimate goal with the Spark feature is to enhance product discovery by offering a community experience. While the way the feature gathers different posts under one roof looks similar to Pinterest, the ability to tag different items to your images, hashtags, and the comments system makes it similar to Instagram. However, unlike a social network including Pinterest or Instagram, Amazon Spark revolves content around the products available through the online marketplace.

There two tabs on the Amazon Spark page, namely Feed and Explore. The Feed tab brings the content based on your interests. In contrast, the Explore tab allows you to view the content based on different categories such as Tech & Gadgets, Women’s Style, Food & Drink, and DIY, Arts, & Crafts.

Amazon also lets you create your post for the Spark feature with an image, poll, link, or a question. Once created, you can tag up to five interests. These interests are in line with the categories available on the Amazon.in site. This means you’ll get interests such as Cameras, Computers, Electronics, or Mobile & Tablets.

A bag icon is displayed with the Spark post if there is an image that shows a product which is available on Amazon.in. You just need to click on that bag icon to directly to the listing of that product. Also, there is a view count that is available just below the images shared to let you see how many times the images are being viewed.

To get started with Amazon Spark, you just need to select the Spark option from the left menu of the Amazon app on your smartphone. Alternatively, you can visit the Spark page directly on the Web.

“With Spark’s interest-based social community and content model, we are aiming to make product discoverability easy and convenient as well as fun,” says Kishore Thota, Amazon.in’s Director of Customer Engagement, in a press statement. “We are thus using this community content and experience to enhance product discovery by tagging products to content and making them seamlessly ‘shop-able’.”

India isn’t the first market for Amazon Spark. The company, in fact, launched the feature in the US back in July last year, as reported by TechCrunch. It was initially developed for mobile devices, though it’s currently accessible through desktops as well.

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France’s Orange Partners With Amazon Over Voice Assistant Technology


French telecoms operator Orange is partnering with Amazon to combine their respective voice assistant technology, Chief Executive Officer Stephane Richard said on Wednesday.

The former monopoly, whose own voice assistant is dubbed Djingo, is the second French telecom operator to join forces in the field with Amazon after Iliad, whose new high-end set-top box includes the US tech giant’s voice assistant Alexa.

Under the partnership, requests to buy products online or a service offered by Amazon could be made via Djingo, which was co-developped with Deutsche Telekom.

“We want to go further,” Richard told reporters.

“We’re working with Amazon with the aim to integrate our AI (artificial intelligence), Djingo and Alexa in our respective devices,” he added.

Earlier this week, Austrian retailers filed a complaint against Amazon with their national competition authority over the US  e-commerce giant’s dual role as a retailer and a marketplace.

The European Commission and Germany’s antitrust authority are also looking into Amazon’s role in the market.

The main grounds for the complaint laid out by Austria’s biggest retailers’ association is Amazon’s role as both a retailer in its own right and as a marketplace where other retailers’ products are sold.

In a statement outlining its complaint, the Retail Association said the “main problem” was Amazon’s dual role as retailer and marketplace.

“Amazon can in theory see the prices of the listed retailers (on its platform), undercut their prices and in the long run attract all that business,” it said, adding that 93 percent of all Austrian online shoppers have made at least once purchase on Amazon.



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Honor 8C Goes on Sale in India Today, via Amazon and HiHonor Store


Honor 8C has gone on sale in India for the first time today, and is available via e-commerce platforms. The smartphone is the the latest budget smartphone from the Huawei sub-brand in India, and features rather basic specifications. To recall, the Honor 8C was launched in India late last month, following its launch in China back in October. The smartphone features a 19:9 display panel, runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC, and the company is also touting AI-based camera and beautification features. The Honor 8C is available via both Amazon India and the HiHonor Store from today.

Honor 8C price in India, launch offers

The Honor 8C price in India starts at Rs. 11,999 for the 4GB RAM/ 32GB storage model, and goes up to Rs. 12,999 for its 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage mode. It is available to buy via Amazon India and the HiHonor Store. The smartphone was launched in China back in October, and in India, it will be available in Aurora Blue, Magic Night Black, Platinum Gold, and Nebula Purple colour options.

 

Honor 8C launch offers in India include up to Rs. 4,450 Jio ‘Digital Life Benefits’, up to 100GB of Jio 4G data, and 5 percent instant discount via ICICI credit and debit EMI transactions. On the HiHonor Store, Honor 8C launch offers include up to Rs. 2,200 Jio Cashback with up to 100GB of data, Rs. 200 cashback via Paytm, Cleartrip coupons worth Rs. 2,250, and MobiKwik SuperCash up to Rs. 2,000.

Honor 8C Review

Honor 8C specifications

The dual-SIM (Nano) Honor 8C runs EMUI 8.2 based on Android 8.1 Oreo and features a 6.26-inch HD+ (720×1520 pixels) TFT IPS LCD panel with a 19:9 aspect ratio and 86.6 percent screen-to-body ratio. Under the hood, there is an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC, coupled with Adreno 506 GPU and 4GB of RAM. The smartphone sports a dual rear camera setup that includes a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor, paired with an LED flash. For selfies, the smartphone has an 8-megapixel camera sensor at the front that has a fixed focus lens with an f/2.0 aperture and a selfie toning light.

Honor 8C vs Realme U1: How the New Rs. 11,999 Phones Compare Against Each Other

There is an AI-backed camera app to support the given hardware. The app is touted to recognise over 500 scenarios in 22 different categories and optimises settings. Further, the Honor 8C comes with HDR support to improve photo quality and an AR lens feature. Honor has also provided an AI Shopping feature that detects the object and searches for a similar item or its alternative online using the built-in NPU.

The Honor 8C has 32GB and 64GB of onboard storage options that both are expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB). The smartphone has 4G VoLTE, single-band Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.2 LE with aptX, GPS/ A-GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, a Micro-USB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the part of connectivity. Sensors on board include an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, electronic compass, fingerprint sensor, and proximity sensor. The smartphone also packs a 4,000mAh battery that supports 5V/2A (10W) charging. Besides, it measures 158.72×75.94×7.98mm and weighs 167.2 grams.

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Honor 8C Goes on Sale in India, via Amazon and HiHonor Store


Honor 8C, the latest budget smartphone from the Huawei sub-brand in India, has gone on sale in India for the first time today. To recall, the Honor 8C was launched in India late last month, following it launch in China back in October. The smartphone features a 19:9 display panel, runs on the Snapdragon 632 SoC, and the company is also touting AI-based camera and beautification features. The Honor 8C will be available via both Amazon India and the HiHonor Store from Monday, December 10.

Honor 8C price in India, launch offers

The Honor 8C price in India starts at Rs. 11,999 for the 4GB RAM/ 32GB storage model, and goes up to Rs. 12,999 for its 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage mode. It is available to buy via Amazon India and the HiHonor Store. The smartphone was launched in China back in October, and in India, it will be available in Aurora Blue, Magic Night Black, Platinum Gold, and Nebula Purple colour options.

 

Honor 8C launch offers in India include up to Rs. 4,450 Jio ‘Digital Life Benefits’, up to 100GB of Jio 4G data, and 5 percent instant discount via ICICI credit and debit EMI transactions. On the HiHonor Store, Honor 8C launch offers include up to Rs. 2,200 Jio Cashback with up to 100GB of data, Rs. 200 cashback via Paytm, Cleartrip coupons worth Rs. 2,250, and MobiKwik SuperCash up to Rs. 2,000.

Honor 8C Review

Honor 8C specifications

The dual-SIM (Nano) Honor 8C runs EMUI 8.2 based on Android 8.1 Oreo and features a 6.26-inch HD+ (720×1520 pixels) TFT IPS LCD panel with a 19:9 aspect ratio and 86.6 percent screen-to-body ratio. Under the hood, there is an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC, coupled with Adreno 506 GPU and 4GB of RAM. The smartphone sports a dual rear camera setup that includes a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor, paired with an LED flash. For selfies, the smartphone has an 8-megapixel camera sensor at the front that has a fixed focus lens with an f/2.0 aperture and a selfie toning light.

Honor 8C vs Realme U1: How the New Rs. 11,999 Phones Compare Against Each Other

There is an AI-backed camera app to support the given hardware. The app is touted to recognise over 500 scenarios in 22 different categories and optimises settings. Further, the Honor 8C comes with HDR support to improve photo quality and an AR lens feature. Honor has also provided an AI Shopping feature that detects the object and searches for a similar item or its alternative online using the built-in NPU.

The Honor 8C has 32GB and 64GB of onboard storage options that both are expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB). The smartphone has 4G VoLTE, single-band Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.2 LE with aptX, GPS/ A-GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, a Micro-USB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the part of connectivity. Sensors on board include an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, electronic compass, fingerprint sensor, and proximity sensor. The smartphone also packs a 4,000mAh battery that supports 5V/2A (10W) charging. Besides, it measures 158.72×75.94×7.98mm and weighs 167.2 grams.

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Amazon Kicks Off Apple Sale With Discounts On 2018 MacBook Air, iPhone X, and More


Amazon India has kicked off a week-only Apple Fest sale with deals and offers on a number of Apple products. The Amazon sale will run from until next Saturday, December 14. The seven-day Amazon sale will offer deals on Apple’s smartphones, laptops, tablets, accessories, and more.

Amazon Apple sale offers

Amazon claims it is offering discounts worth up to Rs. 16,000 on iPhones along with no-cost EMI options. The iPhone X is available at Rs. 74,999 (MRP Rs. 79,999) along with a no-cost EMI option for up to 9 months on all major credit cards. This is similar to the deal we saw during festive season sales earlier this year. Similarly, the iPhone 6S is available at Rs. 24,999 (MRP Rs. 29,900) and the iPhone 6 at Rs. 21,999 (MRP Rs. 23,750). Both the phones are available with no-cost EMI options as well. Apart from these, the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and other iPhone models are also available with no-cost EMI options. 

The recently launched MacBook Air (2018) is down to Rs. 1,05,900 (MRP Rs. 1,14,900). This is the first time Apple’s latest MacBook Air has received a price drop in India since launch, even though it’s a temporary drop. Bundled offers include an exchange offer with an instant discount worth up to Rs. 14,034 and a no-cost EMI payment option. The 2017 variant now the MacBook Air is also available at Rs. 57,990 (MRP Rs. 62,990) along with an exchange offer and a no-cost EMI payment option.

The sixth-generation Apple iPad 9.7-inch Wi-Fi is down to Rs. 23,999 (MRP Rs. 28,000) during the Apple Fest sale on Amazon. You can get an additional instant discount worth up to Rs. 9,960 using the bundled exchange offer. Amazon India has also listed the new Mac Mini models on its platform now, but currently, there are no deals or offers available on them.

The Beats EP (ML992ZM/A) on-ear headphones are also available as Lightning Deals on Amazon right now. The black and blue coloured variants are down to Rs. 5,799 (MRP Rs. 8,000).

Apple and Amazon had recently struck a deal under which Amazon will directly sell Apple products in a number of countries including India. Looking at listings of Apple products on Amazon India, it seems like the deal is starting to take effect in India as well

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Huawei P20 Lite, P20 Pro, Nova 3i Get Temporary Price Cuts on Amazon, Additional Offers Too


Huawei has reduced the prices of several of its smartphones on Amazon India as part of an ongoing sale. The Chinese giant has listed the Huawei Nova 3i, Huawei P20 Lite, Huawei P20 Pro at discounted prices, while the Huawei Nova 3 has some additional offers. The Huawei sale on Amazon has also bundled offers like additional discount on exchange, No Cost EMI options, and more for these smartphones.

The Huawei sale on Amazon sees the Huawei Nova 3i 4GB RAM + 128GB storage option listed for Rs. 19,990, down from its original price of Rs. 20,990. Amazon is also offering No Cost EMI options and extra Rs. 1,000 off on exchange of old phones. Launched in July, the Huawei Nova 3i comes with dual front and rear sensors, Kirin 710 SoC, and a3,340mAh battery. 

The Huawei P20 Lite is present available at Rs. 16,999 on Amazon, instead of its original launch price of Rs. 19,999 with the same No Cost EMI and extra Rs. 1,000 off on exchange of old phones. The Huawei P20 Lite was launched in April this year, and it is seen sporting a dual camera setup, 64GB of internal storage, and a Kirin 659 SoC.  

Similarly, the Huawei P20 Pro comes with a price tag of Rs. 64,999, but is currently listed at Rs. 59,999. Amazon is offering Rs. 3,000 extra off on exchange of old phones, along with No Cost EMI options from several banks. The Huawei P20 Pro was also launched in April this year, and comes with triple rear cameras,6.1-inch full-HD+ display, and Kirin 970 SoC. 

The Huawei Nova 3 doesn’t receive a price cut, but Amazon India is offering No Cost EMI options and additional Rs. 3,000 off on exchange of old phones on this phone as well. the Huawei Nova 3 sports a display notch, is powered by the Kirin 970 SoC processor, and offers 128GB of internal storage. The smartphone was launched in India in July this year. 

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro priced at Rs. 69,990 was launched recently, and went on sale earlier this week. The smartphone has already gone out of stock on the e-commerce site, and is now listed as coming soon on the website. Amazon is currently taking registrations for notification whenever the smartphone comes back in sale.

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Xiaomi Redmi 6A, Mi A2 and Redmi Y2 Price Cuts During ‘I Love Mi’ Amazon Sale This Week


Xiaomi India will be running a promotional sale on Amazon from December 6 to December 8. The Xiaomi sale will offer deals on smartphones available on Amazon India. Xiaomi has revealed two offers while teasing a third ‘special surprise’ that will be revealed on Thursday. The Mi A2 will be available with discounts worth up to Rs. 3,500 while the Redmi Y2 will be discounted by up to Rs. 2,000.

The ‘I love Mi’ sale will offer discounts on the Xiaomi Mi A2 and Redmi Y2. The Redmi Y2 (3GB, 32GB) will be available at Rs. 8,999 (MRP Rs. 10,499) while the Redmi Y2 (4GB, 64GB) will be down to Rs. 10,999 (MRP Rs. 13,499) during the sale.

On the other hand, the Mi A2 will also be available at a discounted price from December 6 to December 8 on Amazon India. The 4GB RAM, 64GB variant of the Mi A2 will be available at Rs. 14,999 (MRP Rs. 17,499) while the 6GB RAM and 128GB variant will be available at a discounted price of Rs. 16,999 (MRP Rs. 20,500).

Apart from these two phones, the Redmi 6A will also receive discounted pricing during the sale. The Redmi 6A (2GB, 16GB) will be down to Rs. 5,999 while the Redmi 6A (2GB, 32GB) variant will be available at Rs. 6,999.

Xiaomi will also reveal another deal which will go live during its ‘I love Mi’ sale on Amazon on Thursday, which could be the discount on the Redmi 6A. Amazon India will also offer bundled deals including exchange discounts and no-cost EMI options on the Mi A2 and Redmi Y2.

Xiaomi’s ‘I Love Mi’ sale will be running alongside the Flipkart Big Shopping Days sale which is scheduled to start from December 6. Meanwhile, the Poco F1 will be available with discounts worth up to Rs. 5,000 during Flipkart’s sale this week. The offers on Xiaomi’s phones will also be available on the company’s own online store apart from Amazon and Flipkart. 

We will be covering the best deals from both the sales, so make sure you tune in to Gadgets 360 on Thursday.

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Realme U1 to Go on Sale in India for the First Time Today, via Amazon and Realme.com


Realme U1 will go on sale in India for the first time today. The smartphone will become available to buy via Amazon India and Realme.com at 12pm IST on December 5. The company has detailed the Realme U1 launch offers ahead of the release, as well as the smartphone’s price in India. The Realme U1 is said to be focused on photography, and runs on the brand new MediaTek Helio P70 SoC – in fact, it is the first smartphone to do so.

Realme U1 price in India, launch offers

Realme U1 price in India starts from Rs. 11,999 for the base model, the 3GB RAM/ 32GB inbuilt storage variant. On the other hand, the 4GB RAM/ 64GB inbuilt storage model price in India is set at Rs. 14,999. Realme U1 (Review) will be available via Amazon India from 12pm IST, and also be available via via Realme.com at the same time.

The company has several Realme U1 launch offers, such as Rs. 5,750 worth of benefits from Reliance Jio, apart from up to 4.2TB of Jio 4G data. No-cost EMIs are also being touted, while there is a 5 percent cashback using SBI credit cards on Amazon India. On Realme.com, the same Jio offers are listed, with 5 percent Super Cash cashback (up to Rs. 500) via MobiKwik replacing the SBI cashback.

 

Realme U1 specifications

The dual-SIM (Nano) Realme U1 runs ColorOS 5.2 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. It sports a 6.3-inch full-HD+ (1080×2340 pixels) LCD display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 90.8 percent screen-to-body ratio, 2.5D curved glass, Gorilla Glass 3, a pixel density of 409ppi, and a peak brightness of 450 nits.The smartphone is powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio P70 SoC clocked up to 2.1GHz, coupled with ARM G72 GPU. It comes with 3GB and 4GB RAM options.

Realme U1 Review

In terms of optics, the Realme U1 features a dual rear camera setup with a 13-megapixel primary sensor with an f/2.2 aperture and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor with an f/2.4 aperture, coupled with an LED flash. The company says the Realme U1 also comes with Portrait Lighting, Slo-Mo video (up to 90fps), AI Scene Detection, and Bokeh effect. There is also an AI Face Unlock feature.

Realme U1 vs Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 vs Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro

At the front, the Realme U1 has a 25-megapixel Sony IMX576 sensor with an f/2.0 aperture, 1.8-micron pixels, and 4-in-1 pixels tech. The company is also touting a Backlight mode, which keeps both the background and foreground in focus despite bright backlighting behind the subject. An AI Beauty+ mode is also being touted, optimised for Indian complexions, featuring 296 identification point. There is also the Smarter Groupie feature that gives customised beautification for multiple subjects in a single photo.

Realme U1 vs Honor 8C

The Realme U1 is equipped with 32GB and 64GB inbuilt storage options, expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB). Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS/ A-GPS/ GLONASS, micro-USD port, OTG support, and 3.5mm audio jack. Sensors on board include ambient light sensor, gravity sensor, gyroscope, and proximity sensor. There is also a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel.

Realme U1 vs Realme 2 Pro

The Realme U1 is fuelled by a 3,500mAh battery. In terms of dimensions, the smartphone measures 157x74x8mm and weighs 168 grams.


Is Realme U1 essentially Redmi Note 6 Pro on steroids? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.

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Amazon Black Friday Sale 2018: Workers in Spain Go on Strike


Workers at Amazon’s biggest logistics centre in Spain went on strike on the day of the online retailer’s “Black Friday” sales bonanza, a union and the company said.

Employees at Amazon’s San Fernando de Henares facility near Madrid have been demanding better wages and work conditions for months and have already staged several strikes this year.

It was unclear exactly how many employees had stopped work.

Ana Berceruelo of the CCOO union told AFP the centre, which prepares packages for clients in Spain and other European countries, “is at a complete standstill.

“Lorries are not entering, nor are they leaving.”

But in a statement, Amazon said “the majority of workers on the morning shift” were working and processing orders.

The centre, which opened in 2012, employs around 2,000 people on fixed and temporary contracts, according to Berceruelo.

The labour dispute started because Amazon changed employees’ work conditions, meaning they now lose out on sick pay or breaks, she said.

In its statement, though, Amazon said employees had “a competitive salary, complete package of benefits and innovative training programmes.”

The strikes are due to take place on November 23 and 24, as well as December 7, 9, 15, and 30, and January 3 and 4 — all “days of high workload for Amazon”, according to Berceruelo.



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