Met Police announced last month that live facial recognition would be permanently integrated into everyday policing
Met plans to use live facial recognition at 'specific location' in London to 'help protect the vulnerable'
Three-day hearing starts today
Plain-clothed police officers objected to being told to 'piss off' by man protesting East London facial recognition trial
The systems are a waste of money, argues Big Brother Watch
Personal data on children lost, CCTV cameras used to watch a wedding, and over 5,000 letters sent to the wrong addresses, finds Big Brother Watch
But government should still be allowed to collect bulk data to protect citizens, says David Anderson QC
Laws governing social media not fit for purpose, claims privacy group