This week, public records revealed how ICE has scanned facial data from millions of driver's license photos. But the agency's collaboration with state DMVs might go deeper.
Facial recognition technology can be used to prevent criminal activity. But, in London, one study shows the police system gets it wrong 81 percent of the time.
Hackers got access to photos of border crossers and their license plates this week, raising questions about border authorities' plans to collect reams of sensitive biometric information.
The NYC subway saboteur gazed into the surveillance state. What looked back?
The vote comes amid concerns that the technology violates civil liberties and is subject to racial biases.
As facial recognition on the fly becomes more and more possible, are there any uses that don't send chills up the spines of civil libertarians?