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Daily Dashboard | Complaints filed to human rights court over Moscow's facial recognition Related reading: Capital One agrees to pay $80M fine over 2019 data breach

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Human Rights Watch reports two complainants filed with the European Court of Human Rights regarding Russia's deployment of facial recognition during a September 2019 protest. The allegations stem from the Russian government's use of facial recognition to collect images of nearly 20,000 protesters who joined the rally in Moscow. The complainants said the collection of facial recognition images without consent violates privacy rights under Russian law.
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  • comment Atis Gailis • Jul 13, 2020
    European Court of Human Rights is Council of Europe's institution, not EU.
  • comment Joe Duball • Jul 13, 2020
    Thank you for notifying us. We've corrected the headline to reflect your clarification.