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Facial recognition ban considered

CBS News Monday, 13 May 2019 ()
More law enforcement agencies are relying on facial recognition technology to help fight crime. But there's growing public fear over the technology -- and San Francisco is considering a ban. Jonathan Vigliotti explains.
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Some agencies here in Colorado have started using facial recognition software. But it can be a double-edge sword.

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