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San Francisco to ban police use of facial recognition

FT.com Wednesday, 15 May 2019
City will be first in the US to curb official use despite its tech-fuelled boom
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News video: San Francisco Supervisors Approve Facial Recognition Technology Ban

San Francisco Supervisors Approve Facial Recognition Technology Ban 02:54

Andria Borba reports on San Francisco's Board of Supervisors voting 8-1 in favor of ban against us of facial recognition technology (5-14-2019)

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