Retail giant Amazon has announced that it will place a one-year moratorium on the use of its facial recognition technology by police in the wake of protests in the US over the killing of George Floyd, an African-American man, in Minneapolis.
GitHub officials have kept silent in public about the protests staged at the venue of the company's annual user conference on Wednesday, but at a private media session chief executive Nat Friedman was quizzed about it.
GitHub's deal with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has come back to embarrass it at the wrong time, with a number of employees resigning at the time the company is holding its annual user conference.
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