(Business Insider) – A bipartisan trio of senators is questioning Amazon about its collection of biometric data. In a letter sent to Amazon’s new CEO, Andy Jassy, Democratic Senators Amy Klobuchar and Jon Ossof and Republican Senator Bill Cassidy asked him to explain how the company will expand the use of Amazon One, its palm-scanner, and how it will use the data it collects. “Amazon’s expansion of biometric data collection through Amazon One raises serious questions about Amazon’s plans for this data and its respect for user privacy, including about how Amazon may use the data for advertising and tracking purposes,” […]

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