San Francisco bans police from using facial recognition tech

Channel: Fox Business
Published: 05/15/2019 05:51 PM

Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses how San Francisco voted to ban the use of facial recognition by police. FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street. H...

San francisco voted to ban all government agency that would include the police force from using facial recognition. Technology all rise. Judge napolitano is here what you can only imagine what my beef is on this. Well, i'm gon na ask you: what's your problem with facial recognition? It'S not my problem, that's the fourth amendment's problem, which is this is surveillance and surveillance requires ...
warrant, and if we get to the state of mass suspicionless, warrantless surveillance will well lost the rights that the fourth amendment was written to guarantee and that's the right to Be left alone and the right to prevent fishing expeditions when the laws are known not to preserve what laws are written, not topreserve liberty, but to make it easier for the cops to enforce the laws. That'S called a police state. Okay, supposing let me well? Isn'T every cctv then against the law? You know, that's private! Why? If fox wants to have a camera in the hallway watch me. Is that what i mean out always so? The fox is a job and prerogative. A fox wants a camera on the outside of its building. Fox can do that. It'S the government use of it. That'S the problem, not the private use. Okay! So not me, that's the fourth amendment only restraints the government doesn't restrain private use, so osama bin laden is not dead, but we know exactly what helooks like and he's walking down the street in san francisco boom he's picked up by facial recognition because we know exactly What the guy looks like this is sodium is a real, realistic, hypothetical.

It is very realistic. All kinds of murderers and kidnappers and terrorists are helped, though we know what they look like. Police could break down every door and stop and question everybody they want. Would we live in a safer environment probably, but who would want to live that way? No, it's not a bad rejoinder, though. Thank you love me. Thank you, judge when's. The next brexit vote, [ laughter, ],.

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