San Fran picks privacy over surveillance tech
Surveillance technology is advancing and spreading to cities around the world, but San Francisco, a major tech hub, has actually moved to slow its roll. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.
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San Francisco officials defend their facial recognition ban
San Francisco's decision to ban local law enforcement from using facial recognition technology to more quickly identify and apprehend suspects has sparked a debate over what's more..
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