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Microsoft Urges Facial Recognition Regulation to Prevent Abuse

Newsmax Friday, 13 July 2018
Microsoft Urges Facial Recognition Regulation to Prevent AbuseMicrosoft is urging the regulation of facial recognition software; the software giant has come under fire for a U.S. government contract that was said to involve facial recognition software and said it will more carefully consider contracts in this area going forward.
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The technology could be used to identify and track people without their permission.

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