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The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It

Faculty associate Woodrow Hartzog spoke to The New York Times about the harrowing consequences of facial recognition

“We’ve relied on industry efforts to self-police and not embrace such a risky technology, but now those dams are breaking because there is so much money on the table,” Hartzog said. “I don’t see a future where we harness the benefits of face recognition technology without the crippling abuse of the surveillance that comes with it. The only way to stop it is to ban it.”

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