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Monica Silva May 14
San Francisco Bans Facial Recognition Technology
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Joseph Jerome May 14
Homeland Security once said Americans who didn’t want their faces scanned at the airport should “refrain from traveling.” Now all it takes is a “no, thanks.”
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BBC Click May 15
San Francisco has just voted to ban the use of . We spent some time with the Metropolitan Police as they trialled the technology.
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Liberty May 20
The first-ever UK court case against police use of tech on our streets starts tomorrow. South Wales Police has used the rights-abusing, discriminatory tech on the public over 50 times. We’re going to put an end to it.
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Laura Hautala May 14
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The ordinance is passed 8-1. San Francisco has barred police and other city departments from using technology on residents. Several other cities are considering similar bans
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Aaron Peskin May 14
San Francisco just became the first city in the country to ban surveillance. “Part of being the real & perceived headquarters for all things tech also comes with a responsibility for its legislators to regulate its excesses.”
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Matt Marks 18h
Sitting in on the House Oversight hearing on . Our congress members are missing basic knowledge of how convolutional work. It prevents them from asking effective and meaningful questions. We need more technology literate members of Congress.
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Mike Swift May 14
The San Francisco board of supervisors by an 8-1 vote passed the first reading of a ordinance that would block the use of technology by city departments.
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Philip Ingram MBE 22h
It’s Wednesday and off@to chat with on about technology - for a starter - the right to privacy is not an absolute right under the Human Rights Act ...
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Andrew Douma 4h
Wired: Has Already Reached Its Breaking Point
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Ste Reid May 21
Nice American accent In Ireland 🤔
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shere rolo May 15
NEVER FORGET. Remind those in to put down the weed and remember WHY we have for and transportation. It’s because of THIS.
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AnOnALLREDToDoRoJo 17h
tech prevents crime, police tell UK privacy case
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DTI Algorithmic (Eng) 15h
San Francisco banned the use of software by the police and other agencies. The proponents of such regulation are concerned that abuse of this technology may result in US becoming an oppressive surveillance state:
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DangrusDana May 21
Are you ready for the wars? 1984 in 2019? Perhaps Orwell was right after all
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converve.com 35m
technologies are no longer something out of science fiction — they are becoming part of our everyday lives. What does have to offer the industry? … …
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Liberty May 22
"We fought for many years to win the rights and freedoms that protect us from authoritarian state rule. These freedoms ensure that in Britain, policing is by consent only." Ed Bridges on why he's taking on police in court this week
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Geoff White May 15
As San Francisco bans facial recognition tech, find out how UK police are using it here - and what happens if you refuse...
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Mike Morper 14h
Great read on the debate: “The most biased systems on this planet are humans”
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First Line Software 3h
Police use of 'Orwellian' facial recognition technology faces UK legal challenge
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