There are growing suspicions facial recognition technology is being used on police photographs of innocent young people, RNZ reports. Earlier this week, RNZ revealed police are approaching innocent young people, photographing them, collecting their personal details and sending it all to a national database called National Intelligence Application (NIA). Meanwhile, police are yet to clarify whether innocent youth photographs collected for intelligence are searchable by facial recognition tools.
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