London's Facial recognition cameras have put us all in an identity parade

27/01/2020 | The Guardian

Although the Met Police will only be using its Facial Recognition technology in London to find suspects wanted for serious or violent crime, the deployment clearly takes surveillance of all citizens to a new level. And at a time when the EU is considering a 5-year ban to safeguard individuals rights and freedoms. 

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