The New York Times Columnist Kevin Rouz noticed that the names of several reviewers are the same as the names of Facebook employees. Reviews were tagged as Amazon Verified, which means the reviewers actually bought the Amazon devices. As such, there is a chance that high ratings will be from truly enthusiastic portal owners, even if they are Facebook employees.
Speaking of coordinated inadequate behavior, what are the chances that all of these 5-star Facebook reviewers for the Amazon portal will happen to have the same names as Facebook employees? January 19, 2019
Anyway, leaving feedback about your employer's products is against the rules of Amazon . Andrew Bosworth, Facebook Vice President of Enhanced Reality and Virtual Reality, confirmed that the reviews were made by employees and said the company would ask workers to remove them.
neither coordinated nor directed by the company. From an internal post of launch: "We, unambiguously, DO NOT WANT Facebook employees to commit to leaving comments on the products we sell to Amazon." We will ask them to take them down.
– Boz (@boztank) January 17, 2019
These reviews were almost entirely positive, although one appeared to be published by Oren Hafif, a security engineering manager. "The device currently does not support more applications and applications," but hoped it would improve over time. Hafif was right as Facebook added access to YouTube, news channels and games to the Portal as he shared his review in November.
Social Security Number Headed by the Facebook Supply Chain and Strategic Sources for AR and VR Products. He said "historically, it was not a big Facebook or other social media user." Still, he "took a chance and received 4 gates and one portal plus for the family," including a son who is in college, and "Chupells" – with video conversations and hanging for several hours in [sic] time. "The jigsaw puzzles do not look quite fit
Whether the reviews are real, this is not a good view of Facebook, but after a tough year, the last thing the company needs is a situation where there is even a hint of unlawfulness around it. Amazon classifies them as input devices for some strange reason, and at the moment Portal is number 32 of this sales rankings, behind an array of styluses (including Apple Pencil), mice and drawing tablets, lower than the Wacom Pen for $ 650 rtal + is 158.