facial recognition

The end of anonymity: the case of Israel

Companies that develop and implement facial recognition systems are increasingly gaining more "customers" among the forces ...

Baltimore: Aerial Police Surveillance, Constitutional?

A few days ago the Baltimore Court of Appeals stated that aerial policing was an unconstitutional practice ...

Sao Paulo Metro will put aside facial recognition practices

Obviously, this was the product of a judicial decision, in this case, of the Court of Justice of Sao Paulo. On...

The boom of facial recognition and AI in banking entities

We recently pointed out that facial recognition technology is a very valuable tool for surveillance and identification of ...

Russia: facial recognition and databases of "regular protesters"

Source: Victor Gringas, Moscow Russia Kremlin closed during protests, CC BY-SA 3.0 Privacy or security? The great question. In a...

Canada: Clearview AI app outlawed

In Canada, the door has just been closed to the facial recognition company Clearview AI, after considering that ...

Financial Superintendence of Colombia presented a new version of the Money Laundering Risk Management System

According to CoinTelegraph, the financial superintendency of Colombia presented a new version of the Risk Management System ...

Tech companies say they won't sell facial recognition software to police

Microsoft President Brad Smith said Thursday that the company will not sell facial recognition software to ...

IBM cancels all its facial recognition related businesses

IBM CEO Arvind Krishna announced that the company will not tolerate the use of any technology, ...
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