We tried Amazon Key. The strangers it let in our door wasn't the worst part.

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The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler tests Amazon Key, a new service that allows packages to be delivered right inside your door by allowing Amazon deliverers to open your door with a digital key. Read the story: http://wapo.st/2BZBnvN. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy

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Masc wintle . 2018-05-23
Or or wait for it drop the package of at your neighbours..?
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Tony Stark . 2018-05-23
Complete garbage from the product to the host. Simply leave your door wide open then go to work.
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Atticus Shadowmore . 2018-05-23
You could just get a fucking P.O. box
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The Punisher . 2018-05-23
An amazon key drop box would probably be a better idea 💡
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bjornardass . 2018-05-23
cant you just go to your local post office in america to pick your package up? or is that just a rest of the world thing:P
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Llavez Estravez . 2018-05-23
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sylvi k. . 2018-05-22
This was deep
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Crash Toaster . 2018-05-22
2:10 but you could order something and then the delivery guy could open it for you :D
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Wolfenstein SS . 2018-05-22
Yeah but it's almost 2020...just look at that number? It's about time we started to take bigger steps into the 50's idea of the future. Can you imagine our idea of the future? Like in 2060 or 2100? I'm sure every house will have some hi-tech sliding front door with a hand print scanner and eye scanner and voice recognition system. Hell it will probably zap people that get too close who aren't in the system or something funny like pepper spray or a flash bang
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420 420 . 2018-05-22
what ever happened to the mail slot in the door??
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Hemi Powered Yellow Jacket . 2018-05-22
This guy’s voice made me want to unsubscribe from Amazon and I don’t even have Prime or one of these locks.
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l r . 2018-05-22
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Niamh Byrne . 2018-05-21
In Ireland parcels that can't fit through the letter box are either left into a neighbour or brought back to the local post office with a note left on your door saying it's there. It's most likely given to a neighbour. We've held so many parcels for my neighbours and they have with us.
I dunno if it's just Ireland who try to avoid leaving parcels on doorsteps.
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DaBloxGamer . 2018-05-21
The funniest thing was when you said it sounds like an R2D2 with constapation
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Mendax Venandi . 2018-05-21
This hyper trusting naive attitude we have is one reason amazon, google, apple etc treat us like doormats. People paid money to allow Jeff Bezos to install an always listening microphone in their private home.. and now Bezos has control of your door locks ? Can I pay him to f#&k my wife for me, too ? This company/guy is unreal.. Paying to be surveilled.

p.s. You left cookies and a cute note for the delivery person ? Dude, seriously, get a dog if you are that lonely. Luring in tradespeople with (hopefully) un-roofied treats is pretty shifty.
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Lapna Xerio . 2018-05-21
I would let amazon run my life, they seem to know what they’re doing.
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Teej Meister . 2018-05-21
I don't see the problem. If this service seems like something you want, and it makes sense for your household, then get it. If not, then don't.

I don't use Alexa because I don't like the trade-off of having an always-on listening device in my home sending network information and conversations to Amazon. However, plenty of others use Alexa everyday. Some who understand the privacy they are giving up and they are OK with that trade-off, and others who don't really understand what they are consenting to by placing that device in their home.

None of these services are being forced on the consumer. Consumers are making a choice to sign up for these services. It's up to the consumer to understand these services completely before signing up for them. It's a free market. If this is what people want as a nation, then it will take off and become the new standard. Otherwise, it will just be limited to the subset of users who want people coming in their front door or having HAL sitting in every room of their home.
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JoshTheGamer07 . 2018-05-21
Now they can ooend the back of your car and put the package in tgere
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Truth Sayer . 2018-05-21
only an eccentric money loving faggot would think this is a good idea, and they found him for this video. ex-gays and ex-trans exist and prove you have a choice and live a lie. men can't turn into women. sexuality is a choice and gender is genetic, NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND. Fuck your deception and fuck your new world order.
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Ken R . 2018-05-20
Only Americans would approve of something so pathetic.
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jkh . 2018-05-20
Generation iTard will have no problem with this.
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Lord E . 2018-05-20
You could make a box with a flap that opens one way, using this new lock. The Amazon employees could unlock it, get 30 seconds to push the box in and then the flap will fall back into it's place and lock. It's much safer than using the front door and nobody could take any packages as the box's flap can only be pushed in (with technology). The owner would have some sort of 'Owner Key' to open it.
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Beta Kokichi Ouma . 2018-05-20
well, what if someone ordered a knife, and the delivery guy dropped off the box, and then the other person got the knife out the box and stabbed him? but, like, realistically.
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Isaac Mayer . 2018-05-20
Why don't you just have a box with the same lock on it?
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84ALiEn13 . 2018-05-19
You should already know that you can't self-diagnose. Another company owned by Amazon should NOT be the one to review the safety of an Amazon product. This is obviously biased and you seem to have purposely omitted some necessary information. You also utilized misdirection in your explanation which makes it obvious that the owners are nervous about certain things. For example: "It would be easier to burgle you by knocking in a window." This is clearly a, "I don't know what else to say," situation. Some people do NOT find it easier to break a window and some find it more fun with the added challenge. The simple truth of the matter, that all lock makers seem to forget, is that locks are meant to keep honest people honest. If someone wants in, they will get in. You wanna feel safe? Buy a gun. Learn how to protect yourself and stop throwing your hard earned wages at other people who could really care less because it isn't them or their family at risk. Never give power for/over/in your life to someone who will never have to face the consequences of their screw ups. It will only be you that suffers.
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Dominic Manhertz . 2018-05-19
That thing means Amazon could literally just walk in anytime
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david kelly . 2018-05-19
No Thank You no strangers ever inside my home to come back and rob me later..
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Dan W . 2018-05-19
My wife keeps telling me shes going to buy an echo. I keep telling her im going to put in in the dish washer.
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HA Plays . 2018-05-19
And if the delivery driver gets his phone taken from a robber
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tyranocope1 . 2018-05-19
All these ideas and money coming inn.... And a blue badge can't get a raise... Tsssssssssssssss
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Stephenie Bowen . 2018-05-18
What company doesn't want you to go further into their world haha
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Lazy Potato . 2018-05-18
what if you have a house alarm?
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Kermit of Rivia . 2018-05-18
Nope, nope, and nope. My $10K man-cave says no gracsias amighos.
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Haywood Giablomi . 2018-05-18
How long before a delivery person is shot by a homeowner?
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Brandon Morris . 2018-05-18
Yea, I'd rather not pay for the camera and give them access to a box outside of my house.
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Digital Pickaxe . 2018-05-18
Aight whats next? Amazon house?
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Weischeezy . 2018-05-18
Its very easy. You can have it , or choose not to. Like everything else on the world wide market ;)
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chainsawmidnight . 2018-05-17
Holy fuck you look creepy at 3:17
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Howard Treesong . 2018-05-17
Jeff knows who's been naughty and who's been nice...
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The Egg . 2018-05-17
Just push it through my doggy door.
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Eric Krupa . 2018-05-17
Why not just go to the store to get your shit??? no waiting, no ridiculous membership fees, and certainly no strangers coming into your home.
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Will G . 2018-05-17
This reporter is creepy , faggy creepy
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Harold McBroom . 2018-05-17
You dumb corporations already have enough power, so that would be a big FAT NO for me!  I'm talking about Google, Youtube, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon!  Stay out of our lives you corporate terrorist pigs!
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Keira Fogarty . 2018-05-17
Oof I have one but I didn't notice omg lol
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madi . 2018-05-16
ohhh h*** noo
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Isak C . 2018-05-16
Why not just put it in your local store and manually pick it up from there with some kind of code of proof that it’s your thing that is inside of there
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Rapeoreon . 2018-05-16
Or, you can just get a dropbox and unlock that later, without any risk of jamming or hacking(which is probably possible since it uses an app) and you don't need to pay an extortionate price for an unreliable product.
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JCWiseman Vlogs . 2018-05-16
WTH happens when it’s delivered at night? If I was sleeping and some guy came in my door, he’d be shot
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RM S. . 2018-05-16
This is stupid. Its pretty easy to get a delivery job and in many states its a starving wage. So i wouldn't be surprised if people would steal stuff. Creepy and not safe
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Lenard Maller . 2018-05-16
why the hell dont they do it like we do it in germany, the mail man will give the package to your naibor but leave a note in your mail and if that neibor does not have your package then because they mostlikly opened it themself, you can sue them. (and it works this system)
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