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U.S. lawmakers question police use of facial recognition tech

Grant Gross | March 23, 2017
Representatives plan legislation to limit searches of facial recognition databases.

Lawmakers are working on a bill that would limit law enforcement searches of facial recognition databases, said Representative Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican. During the hearing, lawmakers talked about requiring law enforcement agencies to get a court-ordered warrant to search the databases and possibly allowing U.S. residents who aren't criminal suspects to remove their photos from the databases.


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