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Washington State Senate Passes Bill To Rein In Facial Recognition

But one thing that is clear is that civil rights will figure much more prominently in privacy conversations this Congress, because the politics around social and racial justice issues have shifted so notably over the past year. Case in point: Civil society last year began coalescing around a civil rights-oriented privacy bill by Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), and early this year, the Civil Rights Privacy and Technology Table and other civil society groups put out proposals on how government leaders could prioritize civil rights in any privacy action. (States and cities are in many cases moving faster than Congress on facial recognition safeguards.)

Washington state Senate passes bill to rein in facial recognition



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