June 04, 2019

American Lawmakers Try To Balance Security Benefits of Facial Recognition Against Privacy Rights

By Kara Frederick

Lawmakers in Washington DC met Tuesday to discuss facial recognition software. Law enforcement says the technology helps to identify and track suspected criminals. But privacy advocates say the technology intrudes on the privacy of average citizens who aren't lawbreakers. Arash Arabasadi reports from Washington.

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