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If Then: ICE’s Reckless Use of Facial Recognition Tech

If Then: ICE’s Reckless Use of Facial Recognition Tech

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If Then: ICE’s Reckless Use of Facial Recognition Tech

DeSlate Daily Feed

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35 minutes
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Jul 10, 2019
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In this episode, Aaron Mak talks about federal law enforcement's use of facial recognition technology with Jake Laperruque. He’s Senior Counsel at The Constitution Project, which is part of the Project on Government Oversight. According to The Washington Post, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and FBI officials have been partnering with state DMVs to scan through millions of drivers license photos. Jake explains the civil liberties implications of the practice and suggests regulations that might provide some level of oversight. 
 
After the interview, Aaron talks to Slate’s own Shannon Palus for this week’s edition of Don’t Close My Tabs. 
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Jul 10, 2019
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