First UK legal challenge to question police use of facial recognition technology

Facial recognition technology is not coming … it's already here. 2018 is fast becoming the year that facial recognition technology finally hits the mainstream with a constant torrent of stories revealing the growing use of these systems by law enforcement agencies around the world. A resident of Cardiff in the UK is now questioning whether the technology violates privacy rights by suggesting that if the country's police forces do not cease using these systems he, and others, will commence high court legal actions... Continue Reading First UK legal challenge to question police use of facial recognition technology Category: Computers Tags: Facial Recognition Human Rights Law Law Enforcement Police Privacy Related Articles: AVG's magic glasses make you invisible to facial recognition software KFC's Colonel embraces a communications cone of silence

First UK legal challenge to question police use of facial recognition technology

Facial recognition technology is not coming … it's already here. 2018 is fast becoming the year that facial recognition technology finally hits the mainstream with a constant ...

Fri 15 Jun 18 from Gizmag

Police could face legal action over 'authoritarian' facial recognition cameras

London-based civil liberties group Big Brother Watch has joined forces with Baroness Jenny Jones to ask the UK government and the Met to stop using the technology to make arrests.

Fri 15 Jun 18 from Daily Mail

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