Facial recognition system on King's Cross Estate has been switched off, says site developer

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Facial recognition technology at London's King's Cross Estate was last used in March 2018 according to site developer.
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Facial recognition technology at London's King's Cross Estate was last used in March 2018 according to site developer.

Data processed via the facial recognition system was regularly deleted, claims King's Cross Estate

Facial recognition technology at London's King's Cross Estate was last used in March 2018 - and there is no plan to reintroduce it. That's according to the King's Cross Central Limited Partnersh...

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