San Francisco a Step Closer to Banning Police Use of Facial Recognition Surveill

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San Francisco a Step Closer to Banning Police Use of Facial Recognition Surveillance .

7  May  2019  .

The San Francisco city government is on the verge of enacting a ban on the law enforcement use of facial recognition surveillance technology. A version of the Stop Secret Surveillance Ordinance has passed a committee vote and the whole San Francisco Board of Supervisors will vote on the proposed ban on May 14. The ordinance states that "it shall be unlawful for any Department to obtain, retain, access, or use: 1) any Face Recognition Technology; or 2) any information obtained from Face Recognition Technology."
 
https://reason.com/2019/05/07/san-francisco-a-step-closer-to-banning-police-use-of-facial-recognition-surveillance/?fbclid=IwAR3hNogXy1l7mpZrYsebJf3woSlwy-gV7mSxIQTA_9L-um3E-BB0GTZWGQU  .

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