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PBS NewsHour: Privacy groups say facial recognition ripe for abuse

Civil rights groups are calling on the government to suspend the use of facial recognition...

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Sky News: Is facial recognition technology an invasion of privacy?

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Given the recent inaccuracies reported about police deployment of facial recognition, BBC Click...

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The use of #facialrecognition in #publicspaces needs transparency & the story surrounding commercial use of the technology at #KingsCross has served to provoke a necessary debate about regulation: (@DigitalBarriers features at 5.50mins) https://t.co/bLNsTiI9wA

Congrats to Joy Angela Shanaberger & all those involved in the #BooneWarriorFight, who helped raise over $100,000 to support @EODWarrior & their families. If you would like to make a donation there's still time! https://t.co/f8oFQnTYPX

Tomorrow Street’s CEO along with our portfolio startups @Viziblapp, @SitetrackerInc, @LBNetworks, @DigitalBarriers and #Arch19 winners @Hotailors had the opportunity to pitch to an audience of decision makers organized by @RolandBerger. #networking #Luxembourg #Vodafone

Good speaking to @ruskin147 on @BBCTechTent today, putting the case for #facialrecognition but on the basis that’s it’s appropriate and controlled. The secrecy around the use of FR in #KingsCross is unacceptable, should not be allowed, and damages the industry. https://t.co/JDJYayJVNW