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Daily Dashboard | NAACP fellows: School districts should ban use of facial recognition Related reading: UK ICO: ‘The world is coming together’ on data protection, responsible use




In an op-ed for Fast Company, NAACP Legal Defense Fund Litigation Fellow John S. Cusick and Equal Justice Works Fellow Clarence Okoh called on school districts to ban use of facial recognition technology in schools. “Facial recognition technology represents an unprecedented expansion of monitoring and surveillance,” he said. “Constant surveillance can increase student anxiety and stress, particularly if captured data is being used for student assessment, monitoring, and disciplinary decisions.”  
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