Forbes: Israeli Facial Recognition Once Did Border Checks In The West Bank. Now It Snoops On Casinos Across America

September 1, 2022

“Selling facial recognition tech to private companies can actually increase the risk of police misusing the tech when companies sell or provide access to cops,” says Jake Wiener, a lawyer covering domestic surveillance at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). “As a baseline, facial recognition destroys privacy: The more it’s used, the easier it becomes to track people across public and private spaces.”

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