Amazon shareholders have rejected two proposals that would have requested the company not to sell its facial recognition technology to government customers.
The breakdown of the votes is not immediately known. A filing with the vote tally is expected later this week.
The first proposal would have requested Amazon to limit the sale of its Rekognition technology to police, law enforcement and federal agencies. A second resolution would have demanded an independent human and civil rights review into the use of the technology.
It followed accusations that the technology has bias and inaccuracies, which critics say can be used to racially discriminate against minorities.
The votes were non-binding, allowing the company to reject the outcome of the vote.
But the vote was almost inevitably set to