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MORATORIUM URGED ON USE OF FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY

Legislation that would hit pause on the use of facial recognition technology by police and other public agencies is gaining steam on Beacon Hill, as privacy and civil rights advocates say the technology is proliferating with little regulation and despite concerns about its reliability.

The bill’s Senate sponsor, Democratic Sen. Cynthia Creem, said a moratorium is needed in part because the pace of technology is too fast for the

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