September 9, 2019 Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools
Madison Carter reports:
The Lockport City School District began classes last week — without its long discussed AEGIS facial recognition technology in place.
The State Department of Education told the district to hold off on installing the system while more questions were answered about its use and scope.
Superintendent Michelle Bradley told our 7 Eyewitness News I-Team that as of right now, the system is set to be implemented tracking only guns, not faces at all.
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