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Europe Data Protection Digest | Swedish DPA authorizes police to use facial recognition Related reading: European Commission issues RFI over Meta's 'pay or OK'



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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