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Whole Foods Workers To Amazon: Cut 'Dystopian' Ties To Tech Firm Palantir

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Whole Foods Workers To Amazon: Cut 'Dystopian' Ties To Tech Firm Palantir

Whole Foods Workers To Amazon: Cut 'Dystopian' Ties To Tech Firm Palantir

Business Insider reports some Whole Foods employees are demanding that Amazon cut ties with Palantir.

Palantir runs on Amazon's cloud services, also known as Amazon Web Services.

The tech company reportedly provides software to government agencies to help gather data on undocumented immigrants.

The information includes employment information, phone records, and immigration history.

Known as Whole Worker, the group consists of current and former Whole Foods workers.

We're attempting to organize and unionize under the dystopian rule of Amazon.

Whole Worker statement

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