Universal Face Workstation: FBI to give facial-recognition software to law enforcement.: " In a blog post earlier this month, the Electronic Frontier Foundation said it was concerned that the “FBI wants to be able to search and identify people in photos of crowds and in pictures posted on social media sites—even if the people in those photos haven’t been arrested for or even suspected of a crime.” This sentiment was echoed in July by Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., during a hearing at the Senate judiciary committee’s subcommittee on privacy, technology, and the law. Franken said that he feared the FBI’s technology “could be abused to not only identify protesters at political events and rallies, but to target them for selective jailing and prosecution, stifling their First Amendment rights.” (The same fears punctuated the recent hysteria about TrapWire, which is not actually facial recognition software, contrary to widely published claims.) . . ."
Even if the people in those photos haven’t been arrested for or even suspected of a crime? Target them for selective jailing and prosecution, stifling their First Amendment rights?
Remember this is Obama's FBI when you vote in November! Otherwise, Big Brother cometh.
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