California Gets Face Scanners To Spy On Everyone At Once

Facial recognition technology: the “new norm” among law enforcement

In a single second, law enforcement agents can match a “suspect” against millions upon millions of profiles in vast detailed databases stored on the cloud.

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82ndairborne_024Facial recognition technology: the “new norm” among law enforcement

In a single second, law enforcement agents can match a “suspect” against millions upon millions of profiles in vast detailed databases stored on the cloud. It’s all done using facial recognition, and in Southern California it’s already occurring.

Imagine [realize] the police taking a picture: any picture of a person, anywhere, and matching it on the spot in less than a second to a personalized profile, scanning millions upon millions of entries from within vast, intricate databases stored on the cloud.

It’s done with state of the art facial recognition technology, and in Southern California it’s already happening.

At least one law enforcement agency in San Diego is currently using software developed by FaceFirst, a division of nearby Camarillo, California’s Airborne Biometrics Group (ABG). It can positively identify anyone, as long as physical data about a person’s…

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