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May 28, 2024

Use of facial recognition by police could 'make it to the Supreme Court'

Reports of the use of facial recognition data by police departments, in breach of local rules, could lead to a national reckoning on the technology, experts predict.

Reports that two major police departments accessed facial recognition data in breach of local rules will likely lead to a legal reckoning on the use of the controversial tool, criminal law experts say.

"I think a lawsuit is going to be brought, or somehow this issue is going to make it to the Supreme Court," Arash Hashemi of the Law Offices of Arash Hashemi in Los Angeles and president of the Los Angeles Criminal Courts Bar Association, said in a phone call on Thursday....

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