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UTAS law lecturer Dr Brendan Gogarty on the national facial recognition database

November 3 2019 - 8:00pm
A regime to share rather than protect identity

In early October, The Examiner journalists Rob Inglis and Matt Dennien revealed that young Tasmanians' biometric data was being segregated for intended use in a national facial recognition database. This is happening quietly, without the consent of young people, without community consultation or parliamentary debate.

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