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The Swedish data protection authority, Datainspektionen, has authorized police to use facial recognition to help identify criminal offenders, New Europe reports. The DPA said Swedish police can use facial-recognition software to compare closed-circuit TV footage to an existing database of more than 40,000 images. “According to the Swedish authority, the processing and storage measures comply with Sweden’s Crime Data Act and the [EU General Data Protection Regulation],” the report states.
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