The National Commission for the Control of Personal Data Protection in Morocco has announced a seven-month freeze on the use of facial-recognition software. The ban is in effect for public and private use of the technology, which the CNDP says is up for debate in an extended public consultation. "As part of the exercise of its mission to protect individuals with regard to the processing of their personal data, the CNDP has agreed on the need to regulate and strictly control the use of this technology," CNDP said in its release. (Original article is in .)
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