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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?

Following news regarding the first legal challenge to police use of facial recognition, we showcase...

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BBC Click: Facial Recognition Report (featuring Digital Barriers)

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

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Digital Barriers technologies are used by the majority of UK police forces, and many of the largest law enforcement agencies world-wide

Wherever and whenever you need to monitor vulnerable points, Digital Barriers provides a way to do this without costly fixed infrastructure.

When it is imperative to know exactly what is going on while military personnel are on the move, our cutting edge technology will reliably stream real-time surveillance video of unfolding events – even over long distances or in remote locations and for extended periods of time.

Just because your assets are moving fast doesn’t mean that your view of the situation should be out of date.

Military resilience, refined by the police, which can save you money through lower operating costs and better staff safety.

Defence forces and forward-operating bases remain at constant risk from determined adversaries and increasingly unconventional tactics.

Analytics to protect fixed assets combined with live video to monitor changing situations puts you in control.

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Exclusive: calls for British police forces & companies to stop using live facial recognition for public surveillance, immediately. Do you back its use or shld it be paused? More 10am ⁦@BBCTwo⁩ #VictoriaLIVE https://t.co/kSCPxWpVCy

Good talking with @CatrinNye about #facialrecognition. Banning the tech would put the public in danger and there is no public consent for that. The answer is regulation and control. The privacy lobby needs to stop sensationalising the debate to cause unjustified public concern. https://t.co/UDvwXsabXx

You can see #facialrecognition from @DigitalBarriers on @VictoriaLIVE today. Yet again we show the tech working and how it can be used safely and in a controlled way to keep the public safe from harm. https://t.co/QXDzpDJRbk

As a @TomorrowStreet portfolio company, we are delighted to be showcasing our leading-edge #tech including live streaming #bodycams, real-time analytics & monitoring of extended perimeters & vulnerable assets at the @conocophillips event in Singapore with @VodafoneBiz