May 13, 2024, 6:36 p.m. | Abigail Opiah

Biometric Update

Even the tests for Germany’s adoption of real-time facial recognition are prompting criticism that the country is failing to meet the data privacy and ethics standard it has set for itself. Following the announcement that German law enforcement will be utilizing high-definition cameras and live facial recognition to apprehend suspects, the country is witnessing a growth in anxiety regarding the proliferation of biometric surveillance technologies.

The new development, following the enactment of the European Union's AI Act, is prompting …

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