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Daily Dashboard | Facial recognition to monitor pedestrians at Texas border crossing Related reading: The latest COVID-19 privacy developments from the Asia-Pacific region

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection will begin using biometric facial-comparison technology to monitor pedestrians traveling through the Brownsville, Texas, border crossing, Government Technology reports. The technology will photograph each pedestrian traveler entering the U.S. and compare that image to passport and ID photos stored in government records. Privacy advocates argue the program violates travelers’ privacy rights, adding CBP is not following an opt-out policy for U.S. citizens.
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