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We need disease surveillance, not a surveillance state

Facial recognition is perfectly tailored to serve the worst impulses of humanity during a time of deep vulnerability and it shouldn't be used as part of the COVID-19 response system, argue BKC’s Woodrow Hartzog and Evan Selinger.

“Tracking and tracing will be a critical part of turning the corner from the coronavirus crisis. It shouldn’t include face recognition,” they write.

Read more in New York Daily News

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