Dave Maass

senior investigative researcher at the Electronic Frontier Foundation

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On Tuesday, San Francisco became the first city in the U.S.

As San Francisco bans facial recognition, how is the technology used in LA and elsewhere?

On Tuesday, San Francisco became the first city in the U.S.

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LA Sheriff’s deputies have been taking fingerprints with mobile devices for years.

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