EU Parliament votes for ban on biometric mass surveillance

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EU Parliament votes for ban on biometric mass surveillance
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EU Parliament votes for ban on biometric mass surveillance

People should only be monitored when suspected of a crime

The European Parliament has voted to support a total ban on law enforcement agencies' use of AI and facial recognition systems for mass public surveillance. Members of the European Parliament (MEPs)...

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