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Whenever you go to Amazon, the site shows you some of the last items you looked at. The idea is that if you see that shirt, frying pan, or epic novel again, you might decide to bite the bullet and make a purchase. It's an OK idea in theory, but when the last item you looked at happens to be a gift you're researching for a loved one or something else you'd prefer to not broadcast to the world that you were looking at on the site, the tracking feature can be a bit problematic.
Amazon made its presence felt in Australia last month with an aggressive launch of its Prime subscription delivery service. At just $59 per month - lower than any other global market - the price-point was highlighted by Morgan Stanley analysts as one of seven reasons why Amazon's Prime service looks set to shake up the status quo in Australia's retail industry.