• Having facial ID in the hands of landlords and developers with no oversight over what lists they use and how individuals are added and removed

    That's what the GDPR regulations and regulators are for

    All quite a likely scenario

    I think your definition of likely is debatable

    Sure we should be worried about what information we willingly hand over to large data collectors like google and Tesco but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t worry about this

    I don't disagree, albeit non-consented FRT data is protected under the GDPR regulations with the in-built feedback mechanisms, whereas data you've handed over to other "big data" agencies is largely theirs to use as they see fit

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