Portland, OR Becomes First U.S. City to Ban Corporate Use of Facial Recognition Surveillance 

HeadlineSep 14, 2020

Portland, Oregon, has become the first U.S. city to ban the corporate use of facial recognition surveillance. The ban will bar public agencies and private businesses from using the technology in public spaces. Facial recognition has been found to reflect racist biases and violate basic freedoms.

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