Legislation Moves Forward in Response to Privacy Issues Raised Regarding Amazon Key for Business Delivery Service
A new state law created to address privacy concerns raised after Amazon's Key for Business Delivery Service granted drivers keyless access to apartment buildings without building permission has moved forward in the New York Senate.
The bill is sponsored by State Senator Kevin Thomas and was given the go-ahead by New York State capital's Consumer Protection Committee.
"If someone were to walk into your house without your permission," says Thomas during a News12 report, "that's a criminal act. Having them do this is criminal, and they should know better."
The next step in the bill's passage is an upcoming vote on the Senate floor.