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Michigan to adopt strongest laws in the US on police use of facial recognition

A settlement in a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Robert Williams, a Detroit man who…

 

California bill on police use of facial recognition passes second reading

California’s Senate Public Safety Committee has unanimously voted to advance Assembly Bill 1814, which would prevent police using facial recognition…

 

Those wronged by facial recognition join rights groups in calling for police ban

There is a small but growing lobby made up of people who have been wrongly arrested as a result of…

 

Facewatch, Met police face lawsuits after facial recognition misidentification

Biometric security company Facewatch, which provides facial recognition software to shops across the UK, is facing a lawsuit after its…

 

Immigrant and civil rights groups urge govt to ban own use of FRT, limit private use

Rights groups continue to call on the U.S. government to limit governmental use of facial recognition technology. Digital rights group…

 

Buenos Aires’ controversial facial recognition network remains in limbo

The future of Buenos Aires’ controversial public facial recognition system, which has been used to spy on civil society members…

 

ACLU wants trial to prove police agency was wrong in biometrics-based arrest

A Black man in the U.S. arrested for shoplifting based solely on facial recognition algorithms is getting help in his…

 

Latest false arrest involving facial recognition in US sure to fuel backlash

Another arrest in the United States that relied on facial recognition has resulted in a horror story of misidentification and…

 

California facial recognition bill aims to keep citizens safe from false arrests

San Francisco assembly member Phil Ting has introduced AB 1814, a bill that would prevent police from using facial recognition…

 

State govt funds research on police facial recognition use, county contracts Clearview

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) is setting up a research project and classes to analyze data about how…

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