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Bernie Sanders is calling for a complete ban on the police use of facial recognition.
The senator from Vermont’s proposal for a ban on the use of facial recognition software for the police service is part of a broader criminal justice reform agenda.
Facial recognition technology has drawn the ire of lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, some of whom have called for a “time-out” on it. However, this seems unlikely, since the technology is already in use in one form or another in dozens of cities and towns in the U.S. as an interactive map and details.
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The democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., pauses in speech during a forum on the 21st of June, 2019 at the latest, in Miami, florida. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
The activist group, which is responsible for the card, Fighting for the Future, and it calls for a total federal ban on the technology. He was the first of the 2020 presidential candidate to do so.
“With the rapid proliferation of face tracking surveillance, it is one of the most urgent threats to our fundamental freedoms and on the rights of the people of today. Each of the 2020 candidate to call for a ban on this invasive, biased, and dangerous technology,” said Evan Greer, the deputy director of Fight for the Future, in a statement shared with Fox News.
A number of Us cities, including Oakland, alameda, and San Francisco, California, along with the Somverville, Mass., I vote for a ban on the local use of facial recognition technology. Berkeley, California, Usa. Cambridge, Mass. also, a ban on the controversial technology.
Article. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, expressed strong doubts about the technology’s potential power output in order to fuel racial prejudices, in a letter to the Federal Trade Commission, and in September of the previous year.
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“The ban on facial recognition, it is not a radical idea. It is common sense. So the government is now in the build up to a face-to-scan, panopticon, without the supervision or authority, is reckless and puts people at risk,” Greer said.
Fight for the Future and it is opposed to any attempts by Big Tech to Congress to create a “regulatory framework” for the face detection, because of the non-profit, it is of the opinion that it would only be to the strengthening of the technology has been disseminated in the USA
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