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Europe Data Protection Digest | UK commissioner: No privacy, security balance on police facial recognition Related reading: Navigating privacy amid the holiday shopping frenzy

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U.K. Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter criticized police use of facial recognition and called for regular government inspections of the technology, Thomson Reuters Foundation News reports. Porter, who oversees the deployment of surveillance by public entities, believes a compromise between privacy and security "hasn't yet been demonstrably met" with law enforcement's facial-recognition use. "The government should establish an inspection regime ... to generate public trust in the police use of that technology," Porter said, adding that inspections are "absolutely fundamental to the type of society we live in."
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