Group calls for an 'urgent ban' of tech
And then probably offer to sell you some new trousers
Watchdog will probe whether it is 'strictly necessary'
20 years ago, King's Cross was all about a different kind of facial
Liberty slams pilot as a 'gross abuse of power'
Justice at last
This is sucky-sucky for five dollar
Claims that it hasn't ever actually worked
Report warns of 'regulatory lacuna' surrounding AFR tech
Home Sec says forces 'need be on top of the latest tech'
19 per cent of the time, it works every time
Biometrics commissioner calls for a legal framework
Subcontractor accused of stealing database which was then stolen again
Follows report linking it to Chinese firm's behind repressive surveillance
Big Blue is watching you....kinda
That's democracy for you
Landmark three-day hearing kicks off
And it was all going so well
AI can't tell the difference between flowers in your hair and a gun. Or something
18-year-old claims software falsely linked him to a series of thefts
Erik Estrada wouldn't have stood for this
Amazon bosses are not likely to listen, though
It's legit thanks to Creative Commons, but user consent wasn't requested
The bad kind of Face Time
Oh, and one privacy-aware punter slapped with a fine
It's a novel way of raising funds in Brexit Britain
Redmond can't be doing with snooping governments illicitly spying on citizens
Rights groups warn tech will 'undermine public trust'
Making a list, checking it twice
Look What You Made Her Do
You should see your face
Anonymous employee claims Rekognition tech will only 'amplify oppression'
Firm behind pilot pledges system won't store any visual information about users
The software was trained to search by gender, age and ethnicity
How innovative time tracking solutions can cost-effectively boost productivity
Diane Greene says 'we need to be careful about how we use it'
The ACLU says controversial system shows signs of racial bias
Big Brother Watch calls on police to stop use of 'China-style' surveillance
Next up: Turkeys vote for Christmas dinner
And controversial software only made one (wrong) 'match'
But Oregon police say they will continue using Rekognition in criminal investigations
Remove the tech or face the courts, threaten privacy advocates
Shocking start to two-force trial
Patent application suggests Microsoft is exploring a third Windows Hello mechanism
South Wales police will trial facial recognition surveillance system in June