The Fold  ·   June 17, 2013

Faceprints make it hard for criminals, and non-criminals, to hide

- The ability to identify a suspect by facial-recognition technology is transforming law enforcement but it is also raising privacy concerns as giant databases of driver’s-license photos are being used in these searches. ()

- The ability to identify a suspect by facial-recognition technology is transforming law enforcement but it is also raising privacy concerns as giant databases of driver’s-license photos are being used in these searches. ()

Faceprints make it hard for criminals, and non-criminals, to hide

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