You Could Be In The FBI's Facial Recognition System And Not Know It
Two new reports are raising questions about how the unregulated system is used and who's in the database.By Ryan Biek | October 19, 2016
Facial recognition in law enforcement may be a technological advancement, but two new reports are raising questions about how it's used and who it's used on.
According to a new study from Georgetown Law, 1 in 2 Americans' faces are now in the FBI's facial recognition database. At that rate, the study says most people in the networks are law-abiding citizens.