ICO to police: Live facial recognition 'raises serious concerns'

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Police in South Wales have led the way in trialing live facial recognition
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Police in South Wales have led the way in trialing live facial recognition

ICO calls for a statutory code of conduct to stop police misuse of live facial recognition technology

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has issued a warning to police over the use of live facial recognition. It has called for a statutory code of practice to be introduced to govern poli...

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