Actually, I respect your decision on this. If we all just roll over when we're mistreated, rolling over will continue unabated. But if Amazon -- and other retailers -- suffer financially from mistreating people, that might affect their bottom line enough for them to change their ways.
Has their been any evidence from Amazon of a rethinking of their strategies? The boardroom will always be any company's bottom line, but the boardroom's opinions are affected by the financial bottom line created by customers. (I'm remembering a Nestle boycott in the 70s or 80s to do with promoting their formula over breast milk for infants in countries without clean drinking water.)