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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 technology now being tested by police on the general public, claiming the technology is in a legal vacuum and could impact privacy. But some British law enforcement agencies contend the technology helps them...

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Facial Recognition enhances The O2 security operations at The BRIT Awards and National Television Awards

Digital Barriers successfully deploys its cutting-edge technology to secure flagship...

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Mönch Publishing Group: SOFIC 2019 Beyond Facial Recognition via Brimtek

Special and conventional military forces are looking for more ever-capable biometric solutions. In...

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Digital Barriers is shortlisted as pioneering
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Digital Barriers is delighted to announce we have been selected to be part of the 'Vodafone...

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