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Senators Introduce Bill to Temporarily Ban Law Enforcement Facial Recognition

WebProNews Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Two senators have introduced a bill to temporarily ban facial recognition technology for government use. The proposed bill (PDF) comes in the wake of revelations that law enforcement agencies across the country have been using Clearview AI’s software. The company claims to have a database of billions of photos it has scraped from millions of…

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