Police use of facial recognition not ethical or legal

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Use of live facial recognition technology by UK police violates legal and ethical requirements
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Use of live facial recognition technology by UK police violates legal and ethical requirements

All facial recognition deployments the researchers examined fell short of minimum ethical and legal standards.

UK police should not be allowed to use live facial recognition (LFR) technology in any public areas because they are violating ethical standards and human rights laws, according to a new study by t...

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