Congress to renew fight over facial recognition ban

With the House poised to pass some restrictions this week, Democrats in both chambers are prepping a broader moratorium on law enforcement’s use of the intrusive algorithms. But has bipartisan consensus on the issue evaporated?

FILE - In this June 14, 2020, file photo, people participate in a Caribbean-led Black Lives Matter rally at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza in New York. Amnesty International is calling on New York City and state officials to ban law enforcement from using facial recognition technology, used to spy on Black Lives Matter protesters, saying it threatens the civil rights of "marginalized" communities. (AP Photo/Kathy Willen, File)

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