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Microsoft To Cops: Face It, We're Not Going To Sell Facial Recognition Tech To You

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Microsoft To Cops: Face It, We're Not Going To Sell Facial Recognition Tech To You

Microsoft To Cops: Face It, We're Not Going To Sell Facial Recognition Tech To You

Microsoft said Thursday it would not sell its facial-recognition technology to police departments.

That is, until there is a just federal law, based in human rights, regulating the technology.

Reuters reports George Floyd's murder has triggered alarm that facial recognition would be used unfairly against protesters.


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