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Amazon investors are cranking up the pressure on Jeff Bezos to stop selling facial recognition tech to government agencies

Business Insider Thursday, 17 January 2019
Amazon investors are cranking up the pressure on Jeff Bezos to stop selling facial recognition tech to government agencies· *Amazon shareholders with shares worth $1.32 billion have filed a resolution aimed at stopping the company selling its controversial facial recognition technology to government agencies.*
· *The five investors want Amazon's board to investigate the technology and conclude it "does not cause or contribute to actual or...
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