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How CPD is using a controversial facial recognition program

The Chicago Police Department is using a controversial facial recognition tool that allows investigat
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The Chicago Police Department is using a controversial facial recognition tool that allows investigators to search an image of unknown suspects to see if it matches a database of three billion photos lifted from websites like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter — a technology privacy advocates say is so ripe for abuse that cops should stop using it immediately. Reporter Tom Schuba has the story…

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