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Toronto police chief unaware officers have been using controversial facial recognition software for months

CP24 Friday, 14 February 2020
Toronto police said Thursday several of its officers were using a facial recognition software that has been under scrutiny due to privacy concerns.The use of the software, without the police chief’s knowledge, had gone on for months.
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