[TheIndependent] Facial recognition to be deployed by police across London, sparking human rights concerns

 Millions of people face the prospect of being scanned by police facial recognition technology that has sparked human rights concerns. The controversial software, which officers use to identify (...)

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 11/07/2018

 Millions of people face the prospect of being scanned by police facial recognition technology that has sparked human rights concerns. The controversial software, which officers use to identify (...)

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