Tag: surveillance cameras
Instead of banning facial recognition, some governments in Latin America want to make it official
Buenos Aires, Brasilia, and Uruguay are pushing for use of facial recognition systems for “public security,” seeking to authorize the invasive and harmful use of mass surveillance tools. Civil society must fight back.
India’s facial recognition plans anger privacy campaigners
Access Now announces 2018 Villains of Human Rights
Our Villain Awards aim to shine light on the impact that the decisions of those in powerful positions can have on ordinary people, naming those who have had an especially harmful impact on human rights, and in particular on privacy and secure communications.
Argentina province in talks with Huawei over acquiring facial recognition surveillance technology
Civil society in Argentina delivered a letter to Mendoza’s government detailing concerns about the potential acquisition of Huawei surveillance technologies.