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Private businesses and government agencies can't use facial-recognition technology starting on January 1 next year.
Facebook users in Illinois claim the tech giant violated the state's Biometric Information Privacy Act, which requires companies to obtain consent when collecting their biometric information.
Police in the U.K., backed by the government, are testing a facial-recognition system that is 20 percent accurate and treating those who avoid its gaze as potential suspects.
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Even business of serving and enjoying tea is now technology-driven in India
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