It’s virtually impossible to use facial recognition surveillance under a standard of getting a warrant based on probable cause – and describing the person or place to be searched or seized. It’s indiscriminate and broad but a number of states and localities are taking steps to restrict or end this practice.

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Washington State Senate Passes Bill to End Ongoing Warrantless Facial Recognition Surveillance

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Massachusetts Committee Holds Hearing on Bills to Put Moratorium on Police Use of Facial Recognition

New Jersey Bill Would Restrict Government Use of Facial Recognition Technology

South Carolina Bill Would Ban Facial Recognition on Police Body Cameras

San Diego Shuts Down Massive Facial Recognition System to Comply With New California Law

Seven and Counting: Cambridge Massachusetts Passes Facial Recognition Ban

Denver Activists Working to Put Facial Recognition Ban on the Ballot

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