First off, Ubuntu 12.10 has been released today, and so far general feedback is mostly positive. I have noticed that some features made it into 12.10 that will be sure to make some people sigh a sigh of relief. In addition to the ability to turn that feature off, you can also control the results in the Amazon search, such as the ability to filter out Adult content (good for the kids, and a solution that is safe for work).
The first thing you should know is that Ubuntu will contain a setting to disable the Amazon Shopping Lens, which sparked a large outcry for people concerned with privacy. It is located in the setting section of Ubuntu 12.10, where other settings can be found for the system as well.
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This is meant to be a sneek peak post, as I am working to download a 12.10 image as fast as possible so I can load it onto a USB and start snapping pictures, and of course start writing.
Update: Here is the full review.