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A group of nuns joining forces to take on an all-powerful tech company sounds like the plot of Sister Act 3, but it actually happened in Brooklyn—sort of.
Amazon shareholders representing more than $1.3 billion in assets filed a resolution Thursday asking the company to stop selling its facial-recognition technology, Rekognition, to government agencies until the board of directors consults with rights advocates. Those shareholders include a religious organization, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, which filed the resolution.