Jun 172013
 
 June 17, 2013  Surveillance, U.S.

Craig Timberg and Ellen Nakashima report on more function creep:

Thirty-seven states now use ­facial-recognition technology in their driver’s-license registries, a Washington Post review found. At least 26 of those allow state, local or federal law enforcement agencies to search — or request searches — of photo databases in an attempt to learn the identities of people considered relevant to investigations.

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