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  • Does face recognition represent an improved benefit, or an erosion of privacy?
    allevate
    Does face recognition represent an improved benefit, or an erosion of privacy? I suggest it has the potential to be both. It is everybody’s responsibility to ensure the benefit is worth the price paid. I believe we must have both the proponents of this technology and the advocators of privacy; we all have a role to play to decide how face recognition will be applied over time. Imagine for a moment that a loved one of yours has come to harm. The authorities can use face recognition to aide in their recovery, and / or to ensure that justice is done. Are you concerned with privacy?
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  • Is the privacy-versus-necessity debate of CCTV now all but dead?
    allevate
    http://allevate.com/index_files/Allevate_Limited_Opinion_Face_Recognition_Benefit_Privacy.htm
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  • Violation of the 4th and 14th Amendments
    fbanta
    The 4th Amendment stipulates that: "...The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, SHALL NOT BE VIOLATED...(emphasis added). The use of face recognition software so clearly violates this prohibition that it is a wonder that there is any question to anyone who understands the Constitution. Anyone who doesn't understand the Constitution has no business messing with technology such as this! The 14th Amendment: "...No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States;..." If Citizens don't demand that the Constitution be honored, the protection of our liberty that it affords is destroyed.
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  • Facial Recognition/Privacy
    endtimesurvivalguideDOTcom
    Germany has the best privacy laws on the planet. We need some Congressmen to intervene and back off the Tech companies that don't want the marketing game suspended.
    www.endtimsurvivalguide.com
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  • Face Scanners
    Ron Bananas
    Most Americans are tired of even quoting the Constitution anymore, in short, if they attempt this, I'm guessing there will be blood in streets. Personally I am prepared to die before they scan my face. Take your 1984 agenda somewhere else.
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