• Facial recognition in King's Cross prompts call for new laws https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-49­333352

    Developers who own public spaces can implement whatever surveillance they wish in these public spaces with no oversight by anyone. I’m guessing they will simply use this technology to enforce arbitrary banning orders issued by themselves with no explanation or appeals process. All fairly harmless, but there are several US states who have banned facial recognition because of how ineffective it is at providing reliable results for all ethnicities and genders.


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