Nov. 17, 2023, 10:39 p.m. | Bianca Gonzalez

Biometric Update

Baltimore City Council has proposed legislation that would require businesses employing facial recognition software to register with a city and post a sign saying "facial recognition technology in use" to notify patrons, according to The Baltimore Sun.

The sign would let patrons know that entering an establishment is the same as “consenting to your physical appearance being collected, generated or analyzed.” This follows as a moratorium on facial recognition software (except for city police) expired in 2022.

The bill …

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