Assemblymember Ting Proposes to Ban Facial Recognition in Policy Body Cameras

Assemblymember Ting Proposes to Ban Facial Recognition in Policy Body Cameras

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California could become the largest state to protect civil liberties by banning facial recognition technology in police body cameras. The California State Assembly sent Governor Newsom AB 1215, a proposal by Assemblymember Phil Ting (D-San Francisco) that prohibits law enforcement from equipping body cameras with facial recognition software and other biometric scanners for three years.

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