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4 Sep 1:37pm Updated Police use of facial recognition is legal, Cardiff high court rules
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Ruling comes as London mayor acknowledges Met police role in its deployment in King’s Cross development Police use of automatic facial recognition technology to search for people in crowds is lawful, the high court in Cardiff has ruled. Although the mass surveillance system interferes with the privacy rights of those scanned by security cameras, two judges have concluded, it is not illegal.
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4 Sep 11:00am Facebook to redirect anti-vaccine searches to public health pages
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Facebook moves to stem spread of misinformation online about side-effects of immunisations Facebook is to take a stand against vaccine denial by directing people searching for information or using vaccine hashtags to web pages set up by public health bodies. People who access Facebook and Instagram pages and groups that discuss vaccines, as well as those searching or using relevant hashtags, will see an educational module about vaccine safety. Links will take them to a
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4 Sep 1:08am Smile-to-pay: Chinese shoppers turn to facial payment technology
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New technology is rolling out across the country, despite concerns over privacy China’s shoppers are increasingly purchasing goods with just a turn of their heads as the country embraces facial payment technology. In a country where mobile payment is already one of the most advanced in the world, customers can make a purchase simply by posing in front of point-of-sale (POS) machines equipped with cameras, after linking an image of their face to a digital payment system or bank account.
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