UK privacy startup Pimloc redacts faces from video and images

John Leonard
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UK privacy startup Pimloc raises VC funding for tech that redacts faces from video and images
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UK privacy startup Pimloc raises VC funding for tech that redacts faces from video and images

Surveillance cameras have a security value, but the extraneous data they capture will inevitably be abused

The UK population is among the most watched in the world. London has one CCTV camera for every 14 citizens, and every day these are joined by more shop monitors, ANPR systems, body-worn and dashboa...

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