Aug 102019
 August 10, 2019  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Thomas J. Prohaska reports:

Studies and local critics question its effectiveness. The State Education Department won’t let it be turned on. And the State Legislature came close to banning it.

But the Lockport City School District continues to push to activate a facial recognition security system it installed last year in its 10 school buildings.

“We believe it does provide another layer of security for our students. We firmly believe in that,” Board of Education President John A. Linderman said.

Oh, they FIRMLY believe in that… well, then.

Read more on The Buffalo News.


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