By Helmut Martin-Jung
The young woman was somewhat surprised: in front of the door of her house in the east of Munich there was a package addressed to her, name, street, house number, postal code – everything was correct. Only she hadn’t ordered anything. After opening it, their astonishment increased because the shipment had already been paid for. A woman in Berlin was specified as the market ordering person for internet retailer Amazon, but her name was not found in any internet search, and the specified address and postcode did not match.