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Voters likely pass facial recognition freedoms for police in San Francisco

In a move that is not particularly surprising, California lawmakers are pushing along legislation that would tighten rules on police…

 

US city board wants more than executive order on police use of facial recognition

Facial recognition is the means to many ends across the United States. The mayor of St. Louis, Mo., for instance,…

 

Small and big US communities seek biometrics, capabilities for cops

Is police use of AI surveillance in the United States an irreversible trend? It’s hard to say because only a…

 

Use of face biometric surveillance by US cops on ballots – boosts and bans

The advantages of biometric surveillance by police in the U.S. remain subjective and still not universally accepted. For example, a…

 

San Francisco mayor wants police to make tactical, strategic decisions on facial recognition

The U.S. city of San Francisco’s reputation as a permissive haven of peaceably stoned jaywalkers takes some hits periodically, but…

 

San Francisco cops a step closer to formalized access to private surveillance camera feeds

A final vote is still forthcoming, but San Francisco, famous for beckoning people to travel there with flowers in their…

 

New York, San Francisco warming to biometric surveillance?

Have progressive U.S. cities gone too far in corralling police use of facial recognition? Has a rise in some crimes…

 

San Francisco faces hearing for summary judgment in protestor surveillance lawsuit

Civil rights nonprofits this Friday will ask for a summary judgment in a lawsuit against the City and County of…

 

San Francisco officials revise ban, forget government devices have in-built facial recognition

San Francisco can not be sued for breaking its own facial recognition ban, the Board of Supervisors voted this week,…

 

Biometrics industry groups blast San Francisco decision and process in facial recognition ban

The Identification Technology Association (IdTA) and the International Biometrics + Identity Association (IBIA) have each issued a statement condemning the…

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