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Wonderful to hear the dystopian future of facial rec being used on protestors in the USA /s

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Thankfully Amazon said they’re not letting the police use their facial recognition technology for a WHOLE YEAR (or until the current protests fade away anyway)! The fabled ethical capitalism everyone’s talking about uh

@GaussNoise
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Its all good for companies to say things now, but they won’t do anything lasting. Hopefully the protest can get cities to ban facial rec.

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