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The move to regulate facial recognition arises out of mounting privacy and civil liberty concerns, and the. a landlord trying to install a facial recognition system, potentially setting off a legal.
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Clyde Vanel (D-Queens), sponsor of the bill moving toward. government is considering a ban or restriction on facial recognition technology because of errors and privacy concerns. Two bills in.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – New legislation introduced in New York state would ban the use of facial recognition software by landlords in residential buildings. The bill, announced Thursday, comes after.
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ALBANY – New York lawmakers want to ban facial recognition technology on all rental properties, arguing it infringes on tenant privacy. New legislation would outlaw landlords from being able to "obtain, retain, access or use" the machinery on residential premises.
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As more landlords begin installing facial-recognition technology on properties. was introduced that would ban the use of facial recognition software by landlords in residential buildings. Although.
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State lawmakers in the Senate and Assembly this week introduced a bill that would ban the use of facial recognition technology by landlords in residential buildings. The legislation is being proposed after San Francisco approved a similar ban on facial recognition technology usage earlier this week.