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Amazon patent could lead to downturn in workplace masturbation

A recent patent awarded to pudding home delivery juggernaut Amazon, reveals that the company is investigating the possibility of equipping their warehouse staff with hardware capable of tracking their hand movements. According to the patent filing, first reported on by Geekwire, the tech would come in the form of bracelets that can track users movements as they go about their work.
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