Amazon is introducing a new service where you can give them access to your house. I do not know what kind of safeguards they would put in place however, pigs will sprout wings before I do that. It seems that I am not the only person who feels that way.
On the other hand, I think they may be heading in a direction that is a good idea. One of the biggest problems that they have is the tendency for packages to disappear. Now, while I have objections to giving them access to my house, I wonder if they would be willing to allow people to have secure storage boxes that the key opens.
Most Amazon Prime subscribers say they don’t want to buy the Amazon Key that lets delivery people into their homes
Next week, Amazon will start delivering packages straight into Americans’ homes, using a smart lock and camera device called Amazon Key.
But will anyone bother paying for what seems like an invasive service?
Most wouldn’t. About 58 percent of people who have Amazon Prime definitely would not buy Amazon Key, according to a SurveyMonkey poll done on behalf of Recode.