Jun 302018
 June 30, 2018  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Don Lee reports:

At first, it just seemed cool.

When facial recognition cameras were installed at a century-old high school here in eastern China, students got in and out of campus, picked up lunch, borrowed books and even bought drinks from a vending machine just by peering into the cameras.

No more worrying about forgetting to carry your ID card.

But last March, the cameras appeared in some classrooms — and they did a lot more than just identify students and take attendance.

Read more on the Los Angeles Times.

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