San Francisco has banned using facial reputation era through town businesses, together with legislation enforcement ― turning into the primary main U.S. town to take action.
Handed with an 8-1 vote, the ordinance can even require town departments to get approval from the Board of Supervisors before purchasing other surveillance technology ― together with registration number plate readers, frame cameras and biometrics era, amongst different pieces.
“The propensity for facial reputation era to hazard civil rights and civil liberties considerably outweighs its purported advantages,” the San Francisco ordinance reads. “And the era will exacerbate racial injustice and threaten our talent to are living unfastened of constant executive tracking.”
HISTORIC: San Francisco has licensed an ordinance banning face surveillance through town businesses and requiring oversight of hi-tech surveillance. pic.twitter.com/Ymp5qT9TzF
— Matt Cagle (@Matt_Cagle) May 14, 2019