New Zealand police appointed two outside advisors that will conduct a six-month study on the safe use of facial recognition technology, RNZ reports. Based on U.S. law enforcement, Electronic Frontier Foundation Policy Analyst Matthew Guariglia said he is skeptical. “Once it’s already in the hands of the police, it becomes even harder to take it away from them. Because then they feel like they’re being denied technology, they’ve already worked into their daily routines,” he said.
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