Ban dangerous facial recognition technology that amplifies racist policing
Amnesty International today launches a global campaign to ban the use of facial recognition systems, a form of mass surveillance that amplifies racist policing and threatens the right to protest.
The Ban the Scan Links to an external site.campaign kicks off with New York City and will then expand to focus on the use of facial recognition in other parts of the world in 2021. Facial recognition systems are a form of mass surveillance that violate the right to privacy and threaten the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and expression.
Respond to the following in the DB:
Does facial recognition technology really threaten the protection of your individual privacy? Explain why? Discuss this emerging technology and how it can be used in the future to support business. Why do you personally use (or not use) this technology?
Read the posts of your peers and respond to two (minimum), expanding on the concepts covered in their initial post. The quantity and quality of your posts will determine the value of the group’s learning experience. Provide a substantive and appropriate response. A suggested minimum of 300 words for the initial posting is helpful.