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Greek Facial Recognition Law Raises Privacy Concerns

04/02/2021

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“Our goal is to monitor the populace, vehicles and objects in real time to reduce civilian discomfort and save material and human resources,” said a police officer…

Pretty soon, the police officers in Greece will soon have access to body worn surveillance cameras that will be used for real-time facial recognition and fingerprint scanners. Thus, by doing so, the law enforcement is planning to keep a watch on the citizens when stopped by the police for verification- all as a part of ‘Smart Policing’.

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