City Council Bill Would Limit Facial Recognition Technology

Privacy concerns by tenants and civil liberties experts have prompted the New York City Council to consider legislation that would regulate the use of facial recognition technology by both business owners and landlords. The KEYS (Keep Entry to Your Home Surveillance Free) Act, introduced by Brooklyn Councilmember Brad Lander, would require owners to provide tenants with traditional metal keys to enter their buildings and apartments.

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