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San Francisco becomes first city to bar police from using facial recognition
CNET:
It won't be the last city to consider a similar law.


6 days ago


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The Washington Post:
The ban dealt a swift symbolic blow to a key technology rapidly being deployed by law-enforcement agencies nationwide.
The Verge:
In a first for a city in the United States, San Francisco has voted to ban its government agencies from using facial recognition ...
 San Francisco votes to ban city use of facial recognition technology Reuters:
San Francisco officials on Tuesday voted 8 to 1 to ban the purchase and use of facial recognition technology by city personnel, in a ...
Tech Crunch:
Daily Crunch: SF bans agencies from using facial recognition tech
Wired:
Other cities, including Oakland, and Somerville, Massachusetts, are also considering bans on the technology as a threat to civil liberties.
ZDNet:
Some residents may be developing the technology but it won’t be permitted for use on their doorstep.
 San Francisco becomes first major U.S. city to ban facial recognition technology Axios:
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday authorized the first ban in a major U.S. city for police and municipal agencies' use ...
 A first for facial recognition in San Francisco Politico:
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USA Today:
San Francisco on Tuesday became the first U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition software by police and other city departments.
Los Angeles Times:
Pedestrians walk along Post Street in San Francisco. The city became the first in the United States to ban facial recognition technology ...
 San Francisco Imposes Facial Recognition Ban PC Magazine Australia:
It doesn't matter which agency you work for, in San Francisco facial recognition software can't be used after the Board of Supervisors ...
 San Francisco Bans the Use of Facial Recognition by Law Enforcement Softpedia News:
San Francisco Bans the Use of Facial Recognition by Law Enforcement
 San Francisco becomes first US city to ban facial recognition software by police First Post:
The ban applies to the San Francisco police and other municipal departments.
Silicon Valley Business Journals:
On Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors enacted the first ban by a major city on the use of facial recognition technology by ...
Vanity Fair:
In a blow to the surveillance overlords, the city passed a measure preventing police from using the technology.
 San Francisco ban highlights facial recognition fears Phys.org:
A ban on facial recognition for law enforcement in San Francisco highlights growing public concerns about technology which is seeing ...
The Seattle Times:
It is the first such move by a major city against the use of the technology by police and all other municipal agencies.
 The Latest: San Francisco bans facial recognition technology Washington Times:
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Latest on a facial recognition ban in San Francisco (all times local): 3:10 p.m.
 San Francisco bans police use of face recognition technology Miami Herald:
San Francisco bans police use of face recognition technology
 City of San Francisco may soon prohibit use of facial recognition Neowin:
Setting a US precedent, the city of San Francisco is set to ban the use of facial recognition technology by local agencies and mandate ...
Wired UK:
Law enforcement and government agencies must comply with new surveillance transparency requirements but SF's private enterprises are ...
 The Latest: San Francisco bans facial recognition technology The Kansas City Star:
The Latest: San Francisco bans facial recognition technology
 San Francisco bans police use of face recognition technology Seattle Pi:
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco supervisors voted Tuesday to ban the use of facial recognition software by police and other city ...
Ubergizmo:
Facial recognition tech is a bit iffy in the sense that while it might be useful and quite amazing in terms of it being a technological ...


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