Policy news & views

Brian Huseman, Vice President of Public Policy, Amazon offers opening remarks during POLITICO's Amazon Future of Work Summit at the Newseum in Washington, DC., Thursday, November 30, 2017. (Photo by Rod Lamkey Jr.)
Photo by Rod Lamkey, Jr.

Response to House Judiciary Committee letter on seller data

We appreciate the opportunity to address questions about Amazon’s policy on seller data, which, like other retailers, we use to improve the customer experience in our stores.

It's time for Congress to establish a federal price gouging law

As bad actors seek to profit off the COVID-19 crisis, federal legislation is needed to protect consumers.


Setting the record straight on JEDI

by Drew Herdener, Vice President WW Communications, Amazon

Amazon's response to our wrongful inclusion on the Notorious Markets list

Amazon strictly prohibits counterfeit products. The Administration’s actions are driven by politics, not facts.

Inventing for customers for a better tomorrow

Policymakers in Washington D.C. get a hands-on look at customer-focused Artificial Intelligence technology.

Amazon Intellectual Property Accelerator

Helping brands accelerate obtaining intellectual property rights and protecting brands in our stores.

Raising the minimum wage is something all companies and Congress should get behind

Amazon invites other companies and Congress to raise the federal minimum wage and improve the lives of millions of Americans.

Amazon renews open invitation for Sanders, policymakers to visit fulfillment centers

Amazon associates are the heart and soul of our company and their safety is our number one priority.

Top Amazon lawyer: 'justice for all' requires more funding and innovation

The public and private sectors need to work together to fix the broken civil justice system.


Some thoughts on facial recognition legislation

Facial recognition technology significantly reduces the amount of time it takes to identify people or objects in photos and video. This makes it a powerful tool for business purposes, but just as importantly, for law enforcement and government agencies to catch criminals, prevent crime, and find missing people.
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