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Shareholder resolution filed at Amazon

...[S]hareholders are concerned Amazon’s facial recognition technology (“Rekognition”) poses risk to civil and human rights and shareholder value... Shareholders have little evidence our Company is effectively restricting the use of Rekognition to protect privacy and civil rights... [S]hareholders request that the Board of Directors prohibit sales of facial recognition technology to government agencies unless the Board concludes, after an evaluation using independent evidence, that the technology does not cause or contribute to actual or potential violations of civil and human rights.

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