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Rules for a New Surveillance Reality

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Expand High-tech video cameras equipped with facial recognition technology hang from an office building in downtown Belgrade, Serbia.  © 2019 Darko Vojinovic / AP Photo If you’re worried about how facial recognition technology is being used, you should be. And things are about to get a lot scarier unless new regulation is put in place. Already, this technology is being used in many U.S. cities and around the world. Rights groups have raised alarm about its use to monitor public spaces and protests, to track and profile minorities, and to flag suspects in criminal investigations. The screening…

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