After the U.K. High Court dismissed a case against the South Wales Police for its use of facial-recognition technology, privacy campaigner Ed Bridges and the Liberty advocacy group have decided to appeal the decision, The Law Society Gazette reports. The original case stemmed from when Bridges alleged his face was scanned by the police department while he was Christmas shopping at the same time a protest took place. Liberty Lawyer Megan Goulding said the application has been sent to the U.K. Court of Appeal. Meanwhile, the Bailiwick of Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner published an opinion on facial-recognition technology.
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