Over the last couple of years, there has been a strong grassroots push to prohibit or limit facial recognition technology. The fact that facial recognition is extremely inaccurate, especially in identifying African Americans and other ethnicities with dark complexions, has become a central talking point in the case against the technology. But even if facial recognition was 100 percent accurate, it would still pose significant risks to privacy and would still need to be limited or banned. Facial recognition empowers the government to ignore basic privacy rights with impunity. It should be limited or banned – no matter how accurate it becomes. #facialrecognition #surveillance #privacy #libertarian #constitution https://tenthamendmentcenter.com/2020/11/06/even-at-100-percent-accuracy-facial-recognition-would-still-be-dangerous-to-liberty/
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