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Daily Dashboard | House committee chair opposes federal moratorium on facial recognition Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Feb. 21, 2020

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The Hill reports U.S. House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., discussed concerns regarding a bipartisan proposal for a federal facial-recognition moratorium. Following a facial-recognition hearing Thursday, Thompson said he wants to develop facial-recognition safeguards to "assure the public that this is not an invasive technology," but added he is not "on a moratorium route" as much as "on the route to get us to (100% accuracy)." Meanwhile, federal agencies are reportedly using location data from millions of cellphones in the U.S. for immigration and border enforcement.
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