- The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports the City Council in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, passed a bill that would require the council's approval prior to police use of facial recognition technology. The bill passed with a 7–1 vote, while one councilor abstained.
- The Los Angeles Police Commission will review the LA Police Department's use of facial recognition, the Los Angeles Times reports.
- According to NBC 5 Chicago, Illinois residents with Facebook accounts can now file claims for payouts potentially ranging from $200 to $400 from the $650 million settlement on Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act violations.
- City Council members in Montreal, Quebec, are also exploring a potential ban on facial recognition use by law enforcement, iPolitics reports.
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