South Wales force defends use of technology after office worker claims rights breach

Facial recognition cameras prevent crime, protect the public and do not breach the privacy of innocent people whose images are captured, a police force has argued.

Ed Bridges, an office worker from Cardiff, claims South Wales police violated his privacy and data protection rights by using facial recognition technology on him.

Related: Facial recognition tech is creeping into our lives – I’m going to court to stop it | Ed Bridges

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