San Francisco Votes To Ban Use Of Facial Recognition Surveillance Technology
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 () San Francisco voted to severely restrict how police and the city use surveillance technology. The board of supervisors banned facial recognition, saying it is uniquely oppressive and dangerous.
The NYPD is facing criticism over its use of celebrity photos in facial recognition practices. A report shows police have used photos of Hollywood stars and even a Knicks player to help track suspects...
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San Francisco banned the use of facial recognition software by the police and other agencies on Tuesday. The city is one of the first to block this tool. NYTimes.com Also reported by •BBC News •BBC Local News