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Amazon Defends Aiding Law Enforcement With Facial Recognition

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Amazon Defends Aiding Law Enforcement With Facial Recognition

Amazon Defends Aiding Law Enforcement With Facial Recognition

Amazon on Thursday finally addressed its relationship with law enforcement agencies.

Employees of the company raised concerns in June about its attempts to provide cloud infrastructure and facial recognition software for government authorities such as Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

According to two current Amazon employees, Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy said that Amazon’s Terms of Service for its facial recognition products protects people from misuse.

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