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Daily Dashboard | Facial-recognition technology used to identify man charged with Capital Gazette shooting Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, May 24, 2019

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Facial-recognition technology was used to identify the man charged with the recent deadly attack at the Capital Gazette in Maryland, The Wall Street Journal reports. Stephen Moyer, secretary of the state’s Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, said the system performed as intended, adding the facial-recognition technology has been “a valuable tool for fighting crime in our state.” With 31 states now able to run cross-reference checks against driver’s license photos for facial-recognition searches, some have raised privacy concerns about the potential unlawful use of the technology. Previously, Maryland found itself at the center of a debate over what some have called the most aggressive facial-recognition policies in the country.
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