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How London became a test case for using facial recognition in democracies

15 mins | Aug 9, 2019
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How do you feel about being monitored without consent? Innovations in facial recognition technology are being presented as radical solutions to high crime levels. But as private companies work with the government to observe citizens without their consent, can it potentially cause more harm than good? Madhumita Murgia writing in the Financial Times explores.
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