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 May 3, 2019  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

I’ve seen some upset people on Twitter talking about their buildings have installed “smart key” systems without their consent, and now we have facial recognition scanning to deal with, too?

Rana Novini reports:

Residents of a Brooklyn building want their landlord to face facts and ditch plans to install facial recognition technology in their building.

The tenants of more than 700 apartments at the Atlantic Plaza towers in Brownsville are currently fighting the decision to replace the key FOB entry they use now with a biometric security system.

Read more on NBC, via Joe Cadillic.

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