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Happy 20th Anniversary. Guess What Your Gift Is?

Happy 20th Anniversary. Guess What Your Gift Is?

  by Thomas L. Knapp Twenty years after the 9/11 attacks, the US government is finally — well, probably, kinda sorta — ending its lost war with Afghanistan, drawing down its presence in Iraq, and reducing the heat of its “global war on terror” from a rolling boil to hot-tub temperature. Good news, right? After […]

Photo ID is Obsolete and Unnecessary. Facial Recognition Technology Makes it Dangerous.

Photo ID is Obsolete and Unnecessary. Facial Recognition Technology Makes it Dangerous.

  By Thomas L. Knapp In mid-May, San Francisco, California became the first American city to ban use of facial recognition surveillance technology by its police department and other city agencies. That’s a wise and ethical policy, as a July 7 piece at the Washington Post proves. Citing documents gathered by Georgetown Law researchers, the […]

Could Facial Recognition Prevent The Next Terror Attack?

Could Facial Recognition Prevent The Next Terror Attack?