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Policing minister urges forces to double use of facial recognition software

  • Policing minister Chris Philp has urged force chiefs to increase the use of facial recognition technology, setting a target of over 200,000 searches by May.
  • This move has sparked concerns from MPs and privacy campaigners who view the software as "Orwellian".
  • The Home Office defends the use of AI surveillance, stating that it is regulated by data protection, equality, and human rights laws, and can assist in identifying criminals and finding missing individuals.
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