UK police’s face recognition tech breaks human rights laws. Outlaw it, civil rights group urges Court of Appeal

The Register

Automated facial recognition (AFR) use by British police forces breaches human rights laws, according to lawyers for a man whose face was scanned by the creepycam tech in Cardiff.

Put simply, connected to a database with the right information, AFR could be used to identify very large numbers of people in a given place at a given time, Dan Squires QC told the Court of Appeal of England and Wales in written arguments this morning.

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