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Protecting Rights in an Era of Facial Recognition Technology

Facial Recognition

Facial recognition technology (FRT) is an emerging global issue, with civil rights advocates sounding the alarm over the potential loss of our right to privacy. The technology sounds like a science fiction movie – identifying an individual by measuring facial characteristics, also known as biometrics. It’s already happening. Your face is likely captured and stored […]

Analyzing the Constitutionality of Using Facial Recognition Technology in Law Enforcement

Facial Recognition Technology

The U.S. Constitution is the fundamental charter of the United States government. It serves as a reminder that the government exists to serve its citizens. The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution protects an individual from unreasonable search or seizure. Under the Fourth Amendment, we enjoy a reasonable expectation of privacy. However, as technology advances, the […]

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