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Danita Dyess | CCLA | June 12, 2019
Facial recognition saves lives. It helps customers maximize data tags by providing fast image sorting. It even assists law enforcement officers catch criminals. However, this technology has a downside. It compromises your right to privacy, an issue at the core of the U.S. Constitution.
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