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Police banned from using facial recognition software in city

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Police banned from using facial recognition software in citySan Francisco has grow to be the primary US town to prohibit police and different public departments from the usage of facial popularity tool. The transfer comes because the hastily growing generation has alarmed privateness and civil rights campaigners. Town of Oakland, additionally in California, is thinking about a identical ban. Aaron Peskin, who sits …
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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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