Facial Recognition Technology Banned in San Francisco

Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell
Wednesday, May 15th
Facial recognition programs are used all over the world, in ports of entry, by police departments, and at airports. But now, San Francisco has become the first US city to outlaw the technology. Former US Attorney David Hickton explains how glitches with the programs have led to an outcry about its potential abuse.
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