Amazon is selling facial recognition technology to law enforcement
Privacy advocates want Amazon to stop selling a powerful new facial recognition tool to law enforcement across the country that can scan a large crowd and identify who is in it. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY from Orlando, Florida, where police are testing out the system.
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