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Microsoft Refuses Request By U.S. Police Department For Facial Recognition Software

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Microsoft Refuses Request By U.S. Police Department For Facial Recognition Software

Microsoft Refuses Request By U.S. Police Department For Facial Recognition Software

According to a report by Business Insider, on Tuesday, Microsoft President Brad Smith announced that the company had refused a request from a US police department to install its facial recognition software, citing human rights concerns.

Smith reportedly said that Microsoft had received the request from a California law enforcement agency to install the technology in officers&apos; cars and body cameras.

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