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New Orleans Police Claim Not To Use Facial Recognition Tech. Emails Reveal That’s Not Totally True.

The city outsources facial recognition work to other Louisiana law enforcement departments

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TThe City of New Orleans has been adamant that it “does not use facial recognition software.” Though there is no city ordinance outright banning the…




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