July 18, 2019

Oakland City Council takes steps in banning facial recognition use

By Kara Frederick

Technology and National Security Associate Fellow Kara Frederick appears on Fox & Friends First to discuss the deployment of facial recognition technology and American consumers' attitudes toward digital privacy.

Watch the full conversation on Fox & Friends First.

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