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Washington Cops Are Taking a Cue From ‘Fight Club’ for a Secret Facial Recognition Group

“Do not mention FITlist.”

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OOver the last decade, large police forces in Washington state like the Seattle Police Department and the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department have turned to facial recognition technology to identify and track down suspects. But it was, until now, unclear just how widespread…

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