First we have Alexa eavesdropping on conversations, and now, with Amazon Key, the company is asking for entrée into our homes. While the technology is positively Jetsons, the service is borderline creepy, and suggests to a Washington Post columnist that Amazon's twenty-something engineers may be out of touch with most consumers.
"Amazon wants to let strangers into your house and train a surveillance camera on your front door. Oh, and they’d like you to pay them $250 for the privilege."
See the full story at The Washington Post.