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Civil Rights Groups Flustered Over Facial Recognition

After failing to agree on guidelines for the fair commercial use of face recognition technology for consumers, a number of civil liberties and consumer advocate groups are walking away from related talks with trade associations. “The privacy advocates said they were giving up on talks because they could not achieve what they consider minimum rights for consumers,” The New York Times reports.

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