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Fox News report on San Francisco technology ban

Fox News report on San Francisco technology ban

Critics also question the damage the ban could cause to law enforcement.

Speaking with Fox News, Jeff Talbot of the Washington County Sheriff&apos;s Office in Oregon pointed out that facial recognition technology has helped his team catch several suspects, including a convicted thief.

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