Jan 082019
 January 8, 2019  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Scott Travis reports:

The next time you step onto a Broward County school campus, the video camera may be able to watch and remember your movements.

The Broward County School District plans to install a $621,000 surveillance system that includes technology that can recognize people.

School District spokeswoman Kathy Koch said the cameras won’t include facial-recognition technology, which has been criticized by privacy advocates who worry about the government knowing who everyone is by their video images.

Read more on The Sun-Sentinel.

So their report says no facial recognition technology but U.S. News headline blares facial recognition technology. I’m betting Joe Cadillic looks into this more for us all.

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