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San Francisco May Ban City Departments From Using Facial Recognition

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San Francisco May Ban City Departments From Using Facial RecognitionWatch VideoSan Francisco could become the first U.S. city to officially ban facial recognition tools from local government use. 

Its Board of Supervisors is set to vote on legislation that would prohibit the city's municipal and police departments from using the technology. The ban would not apply to individuals, tech...
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City officials voted 8-1 in favor of legislation that would ban facial recognition tools from being used by local government.

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