NEW YORK (AP) — Despite pressure from civil rights groups, activist investors and its own employees, Amazon said Wednesday that shareholders at an annual meeting in Seattle voted against proposals.. SeattlePI.com - Published
· *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.. Business Insider - Published
On today's episode: The S.F. Board of Supervisors voted to ban facial recognition technology, the OnePlus 7 Pro is a departure from the company's past, Amazon's new air-cargo hub, Uber has a new mode..
A new proposal would ban the city of Oakland from using controversial facial recognition software at a time when privacy advocates say some Bay Area law enforcement agencies are already starting to use..
· *The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) published an open letter addressing Amazon investors ahead of the company's shareholders' meeting on Wednesday.*
· *The letter urges shareholders to vote.. Business Insider - Published
On Tuesday in a Eight-1 tally, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to position a ban on the usage of facial popularity instrument via town departments, together with police. Supporters of the.. The News Articles - Published
San Francisco's move to ban facial recognition software has worried the industry, which would prefer regulation. But what should regulation look like? We talk to the experts on both sides. NPR - Published
Deeming the technology unreliable and potentially in breach of peoples privacy and liberty, San Francisco has become the first US-city to ban the use of facial recognition by local agencies, such as.. BGR India - Published Also reported by •SBS •CBS News •Softpedia
San Francisco voted to severely restrict how police and the city use surveillance technology. The board of supervisors banned facial recognition, saying it is uniquely oppressive and dangerous. NPR - Published Also reported by •CBS News •USATODAY.com
Just Say “No” San Francisco is preemptively shooting down the use of facial recognition. On Tuesday, the California metropolis’ Board of Supervisors voted 8-to-1 to ban its government agencies.. Futurism - Published Also reported by •USATODAY.com •Firstpost
Facial recognition for law enforcement is being banned in San Francisco, igniting fresh debate on the privacy and civil liberties concerns about the technology A ban on facial recognition for law.. WorldNews - Published Also reported by •Softpedia •USATODAY.com •TechRadar
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