Nov 242019
 November 24, 2019  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Thomas J. Prohaska reports:

Lacking permission to use its 300 digital cameras for facial recognition, officials at the Lockport City School District came up with another idea: Use the cameras to look for guns instead.

That was their plan for this Monday, when the system was to be switched on at the district’s schools.

But the State Education Department hasn’t responded to the district’s request to make that change, so plans to turn on the system have been canceled indefinitely, Superintendent Michelle T. Bradley told The Buffalo News.

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