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Daily Dashboard | Installation of facial recognition in Delhi schools raises privacy fears Related reading: Italy's DPA fines Uber 4.2M euros for data processing violations, ICO lowers Clearview AI fine

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Digital rights advocates said facial recognition technology installed in at least a dozen schools in Delhi, India, is an invasion of children’s privacy, Reuters reports. Internet Freedom Foundation Associate Counsel Anushka Jain said there is no law regulating the collection and use of data, adding “the use of facial recognition technology is an overreach and is completely unjustified.” Software Freedom Law Centre Legal Director Prasanth Sugathan said facial recognition “could cause real harm to the children if the data is leaked.”
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