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Daily Dashboard | HRW claims facial recognition in Buenos Aires tracks juvenile suspects Related reading: EU DPAs assess paths to AI regulation

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The Washington Post reports Human Rights Watch claims Argentina’s capital city of Buenos Aires is using a facial recognition system that tracks juvenile suspects and publishes their private data. From May 2017 to May 2020, data and arrest warrants of 166 people under 18 were published, which the organization said violates a United Nations agreement that states children’s privacy should be protected in legal proceedings. HRW also said the system contains inaccuracies “raising the risk of mistaken matches.”
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