(Washington Times) – The Federal Communications Commission waived its rules so Amazon can build radar sensors that the company says would be used to track people’s sleep. The federal government’s exemption for Amazon paves the way for the tech giant to monitor users’ movements in the bedroom with extreme precision — all without users having to press a button. The FCC accepted Amazon’s claim that the tech would be used to improve users’ health and wellness. “Granting the waiver will provide substantial public benefit by, among other things, permitting the deployment of applications that can provide assistance to persons with […]

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