Lawmakers call for regulation of facial recognition tech

Lawmakers call for regulation of facial recognition tech

A bipartisan group of lawmakers is calling for regulations to restrict the use of facial recognition technology before ’it gets out of control’. Members of the Congressional House Oversight and Reform Committee held a hearing on the topic Wednesday, during which legislators from across the political spectrum expressed concern over the use of software that is used to identify individuals.

Brandon Spears
Brandon Spears 1 year

I'm actually shocked both sides agree on this, I would have thought at least one side would push for facial recognition technology

Nika D
Nika D 1 year

They are a day late and a dollar short. I’m pretty sure the surveillance state was solidified when people refused to care about what Snowden revealed. It’s way too late now—they have all our data, know what we say and what we buy, and where we are at all times.

Carcharias 1 year

Anytime Republicans and Democrats agree on something it’s not good for the rest of us.

Jake Middleton
Jake Middleton 1 year

As I’m typing this someone from the government could be watching me through the camera on my phone and reading this as I type, but please tell me more about how I should be outraged that they are going to take my privacy, because I seem to have lost it years ago.

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