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Daily Dashboard | Mich. introduces bill prohibiting facial-recognition use by police Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Jan. 14, 2022

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Michigan's State Senate has proposed a bill that would ban police from using facial-recognition technology, The Libertarian Institute reports. Republican State Sen. Peter Lucido introduced Senate Bill 342, which outlaws all actions involving facial-recognition tech and the use of information gathered from the technology. The bill aims to protect the privacy of citizens, but it will also hinder efforts to create a federal surveillance system. While Michigan seeks to put facial recognition to rest, The Hill reports that a New York school district is the first in the U.S. to deploy facial recognition in schools. Lockport City School District will begin testing the Aegis system, which will be used to identify weapons and other school threats.
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