According to reports, Amazon shareholders voted down a resolution that would’ve banned the sale of facial recognition technology to law enforcement and other government agencies.

Just 2.4% of the vote was in favor of the ban with only roughly 27% voting that the company’s “Rekognition” program impedes on civil rights and privacy. Many critics have voiced their dismay at Amazon’s sale of facial recognition data to law enforcement in Oregon as well as Florida which they believe leads to many unwarranted and false arrests. Proponents of the program, on the other hand, say that the selling of this data keeps the public safe.