Albany Lawmakers Introduce Bill Banning Landlords From Using Facial Recognition Technology

Clyde Vanel (D-Queens), sponsor of the bill moving toward. government is considering a ban or restriction on facial recognition technology because of errors and privacy concerns. Two bills in.

State lawmakers in the Senate and Assembly this week introduced a bill that would ban the use of facial recognition technology by landlords in residential buildings. The legislation is being proposed after San Francisco approved a similar ban on facial recognition technology usage earlier this week.

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The sweeping housing measure state lawmakers passed in June bars landlords from. Crain’s Will Bredderman – A bill introduced in the Council would require property owners to disclose the use of.

The move to regulate facial recognition arises out of mounting privacy and civil liberty concerns, and the. a landlord trying to install a facial recognition system, potentially setting off a legal.

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Last month, U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke introduced a bill to ban facial recognition in federally assisted public housing after tenants at a rent-stabilized apartment complex in Brooklyn objected to the landlord installing the technology at building entrances.

“If this bill becomes law. Both critics and proponents of the technology said that the POST Act stops short of what has been done in other cities to ban the use of facial recognition by city.

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New legislation, introduced last week in the New York State Legislature, would bar landlords from. municipality in the country to ban local government agencies from using facial recognition.

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Police are using Amazon's facial recognition technology. Privacy experts are worried. As more landlords begin installing facial-recognition technology on properties. was introduced that would ban the use of facial recognition software by landlords in residential buildings. Although.