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Use of facial recognition tech 'dangerously irresponsible'

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Use of facial recognition tech 'dangerously irresponsible'BBC Local News: London -- Police forces have missed several chances to make facial recognition fit for purpose, finds BBC probe.
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News video: San Francisco Becomes First City In U.S. To Ban Facial Recognition Tech

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Ken Bastida reports on San Francisco supervisors approving ban on use of facial recognition technology by police and other city agencies (5-14-2019)

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