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Daily Dashboard | Legal clinic says facial recognition use at Canadian borders should stop Related reading: US House commences proposed American Privacy Rights Act debate



The Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic is calling for a moratorium on the use of facial recognition at Canadian borders, IT World Canada reports. Facial recognition is a “significant intrusive potential that threatens anonymity, substantive equality, privacy and human rights,” the clinic said in a report, citing concerns over racial biases and discriminatory impact. “In some border control contexts, errors and racial biases in facial recognition systems can have a devastating impact on individuals.”
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