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Amazon.com’s Seattle headquarters campus has been the target of protests in recent weeks from a group called Working Washington that is calling on the company to pay more in taxes and improve working conditions at its fulfillment centers around the country.

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Today the company responded with a message of its own, putting up signs at the edges of its courtyard at 410 Terry Ave. in Seattle warning that unauthorized entry would be subject to prosecution for criminal trespass.

A small group of protesters gathered on the public sidewalk instead, handing out bookmarks calling on people to join them at a rally outside Amazon’s shareholder meeting scheduled for Thursday in Seattle.

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