Why SIA Opposes Massachusetts’ Far-Reaching Facial Recognition Technology Prohibition Bill

Carl Szabo
Carl Szabo Vice President and General Counsel

In an August poll of Massachusetts residents, 66 percent said law enforcement should not be precluded from using new technologies such as facial recognition, 64 percent believed facial recognition technology has the potential to enhance safety and only 15 percent would limit law enforcement’s use of the technology at the expense of public safety.

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