1. The FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agencies have been using driver's license photos to feed data to thousands of facial-recognition searches. The agencies are scanning through millions of people's photos without their consent, according to a report in The Washington Post, which obtained data backing up the findings from Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy and Technology. As The Post notes, neither Congress nor state legislatures have approved the system's development. The FBI has conducted more than 390,000 facial-recognition searches of federal and local databases since 2011, records show. - WAPO
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