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San Francisco is first US city to ban facial recognition

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San Francisco is first US city to ban facial recognitionSymbol copyright Reuters Symbol caption Prime-definition cameras “map” faces in a crowd and examine them to current pictures Legislators in San Francisco have voted to prohibit the usage of facial popularity, the primary US town to take action. The rising generation may not be allowed for use by means of native companies, equivalent to the …
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News video: San Francisco Supervisors Approve Facial Recognition Technology Ban

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Andria Borba reports on San Francisco's Board of Supervisors voting 8-1 in favor of ban against us of facial recognition technology (5-14-2019)

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