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Inside Amazon's battle to kill an unprecedented shareholder revolt over facial recognition

Business Insider Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Inside Amazon's battle to kill an unprecedented shareholder revolt over facial recognition· *Amazon shareholders will stage an unprecedented vote on Wednesday on whether to stop the company from selling its facial recognition technology to government agencies.*
· *Activist shareholders are concerned that the technology, known as Rekognition, will be used for surveillance and has been found to produce inaccurate...
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Amazon won the right to continue to sell controversial facial recognition software. Two shareholder proposals about the software were voted down at the company's shareholder meeting on Wednesday. One proposal would have prevented the Seattle tech giant from selling the software to government...

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