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Facial scanning technology needs greater regulation in legal framework, court told

Force says it has always wanted to work 'within the law'.

Campaign leader: Ed Bridges outside court

Campaign leader: Ed Bridges outside court

Date - 24th May 2019
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
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Campaigners demanding greater regulation for use of facial recognition technology admit police are acting “responsibly” and within the law, a court has heard. The world’s first ever legal challenge to automated facial recognition...
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