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We’re Banning Facial Recognition. We’re Missing the Point.

In a world where our data allows us to be consistently identified over time, bans on facial recognition aren't enough writes Bruce Schneier.

“Today, facial recognition technologies are receiving the brunt of the tech backlash, but focusing on them misses the point,” says Schneier. “We need to have a serious conversation about all the technologies of identification, correlation and discrimination, and decide how much we as a society want to be spied on by governments and corporations — and what sorts of influence we want them to have over our lives.”

Read more in The New York Times

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