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REFLECTION CONNECTION: Brookline Banned It. Should It Be Banned In Groton Too?

by Kade Crockford, director of the Technology for Liberty Program at the ACLU of Massachusetts
     "By passing a ban on government use of face surveillance technology, the people of Brookline are standing up in defense of fundamental rights and civil liberties, including privacy, racial and gender justice, due process and freedom of speech and association. In the absence of national action, municipal governments are taking commonsense action to protect their communities by bringing face surveillance technology under democratic control. Now, Massachusetts must also lead the nation by passing a statewide moratorium on this technology until there are civil liberties protections in place.”
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