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New York City wants more information on where you're going

By combining facial recognition and license plates with other databases, like driver's licenses or property records, the state could create a very full picture of a person's life, said Jennifer Lynch, a lawyer with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. "We should not normalize this sort of surveillance, but should actually examine it every time it comes up," she said.

Monday, January 9, 2017
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