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Amazon has come under fire of late for the licensing of its controversial Rekognition system, a powerful piece of facial recognition software, to government and law enforcement agencies, with the most recent development involving revelations that Amazon met with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) over the summer to strike a deal for Recoknition. Now, Amazon employees are grilling the company’s leadership over the selling of such technology, especially when it could be used to track human beings and send them back into potentially dangerous environments overseas.
Amazon Web Services CEO Andrew Jassy told employees at an all-hands meeting today that “we feel really great and really strongly about the value that Amazon…