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Daily Dashboard | Public housing authorities surveilling residents with cameras, facial recognition Related reading: Top issues to address when using automated employment decision-making tools


The Washington Post reports public housing agencies are using surveillance cameras to keep watch on residents. An investigation found footage from surveillance cameras purchased with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development grant funding being used to punish or evict residents. The Post identified 41 housing authorities that purchased cameras through the grant program, 11 of which said their technologies include facial recognition tools, and six who said they plan to use the systems to aid criminal investigations or surveil tenant or visitor access. 
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