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Amazon sells facial recognition software to police all over the US, but has no idea how many departments are using it

Business Insider Friday, 21 February 2020
Amazon sells facial recognition software to police all over the US, but has no idea how many departments are using it· *Amazon's incredibly lucrative web services division sells facial recognition software to police departments all over the United States.*
· *Facial recognition software isn't regulated by the US government, and oversight is handled entirely at Amazon's discretion. *
· *In a new interview with Amazon Web Services CEO Andy...
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