Sep 162021
 September 16, 2021  Posted by  Business, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Michael Berens reports:

When night fell, a clerk at a bustling 24-hour MotoMart flipped a switch from behind the counter.

Electromagnetic locks sealed the doorway. A window sign, now illuminated in red, warned “facial recognition technology in use” and directed customers to “look up at the camera.”


Just a few miles away, across the Missouri state line in Illinois, such screening is against the law under the toughest privacy laws in the country.

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