ALBANY – New York lawmakers want to ban facial recognition technology on all rental properties, arguing it infringes on tenant privacy. New legislation would outlaw landlords from being able to "obtain, retain, access or use" the machinery on residential premises. Violators could face up to $10,000 in penalties if the bill passes.
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The blanket ban would keep law enforcement agencies like the police department, who many are concerned will abuse the technology through racial profiling, from being able to purchase or use facial recognition. Its use has been criticized by many due to its innate bias and consistent errors that could be used discriminatorily if used by the.
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Assemblywoman Latrice Walker (D-Brownsville) alongside State Senator Brad Hoylman (D/WF-Manhattan) introduced legislation (S5687/A7790) this week to curtail the use of facial recognition software by a landlord on a residential property in New York. The introduction of the measure comes just weeks after a group of Brooklyn tenants filed a formal complaint with the state against [.]
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albany lawmakers introduce bill banning landlords From Using Facial Recognition Technology A pair of New York state legislators want to prohibit residential landlords from using facial recognition, a technology that is largely unregulated in the United.
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San Francisco passes a ban on the use of facial recognition technology by city agencies, Albany Lawmakers Introduce Bill Banning Landlords From Using Facial. San Francisco just became the first city in the nation to ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and other.