Diffusion Science radio: Face recognition and civil rights

Face recognition and civil rights


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Australian Government will target asylum seekers from space,
Driver's license database plundered for face recognition surveillance.
Tim Norton from Digital Rights Watch talks about the new face recognition capability of the Australian Government.
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf
Rynos Theme by Kevin MacLeod

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Tim Singleton Norton

Digital Rights Watch

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October 9, 2017

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