UN urges police around the world to stop using facial recognition Tech in protests – BBC News

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The United Nations says police forces around the world should stop using facial recognition technology on people attending peaceful protests. The technology is already being used in Cardiff and Hong Kong.

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The UN human rights chief called Thursday for a “moratorium” on the use of facial recognition technology during peaceful protests, stressing that it could increase discrimination against people of African descent and other minorities.

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