A Human Rights Impact Assessment of Microsoft's Enterprise Cloud and AI Technologies Licensed to U.S. Law Enforcement Agencies

Microsoft is one of the world’s leading technology companies. Its products and technologies are in offices, classrooms, and homes. Additionally, governments use them to help conduct vital public services.

Microsoft is also a human rights leader among technology companies. It maintains model human rights policies and processes, engages in human rights due diligence, seeks to mitigate against potential human rights harms, and offers a strong voice in pushing human rights-oriented policymaking and technological development.

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