Sep 282017
 September 28, 2017  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Ilya Khrennikov reports:

Moscow is adding facial-recognition technology to its network of 170,000 surveillance cameras across the city in a move to identify criminals and boost security.

Since 2012, CCTV recordings have been held for five days after they’re captured, with about 20 million hours of video stored at any one time.

Read more on Bloomberg News.

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