Microsoft advocates for government regulation of facial-recognition technology

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On the heels of criticism of its work with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Microsoft is advocating for government to take a role in regulating facial recognition technology.

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Microsoft officials have said that the company’s work with ICE doesn’t include any facial-recognition work, in spite of a company blog post about ICE being a Microsoft customer that mentioned the potential for ICE to use facial recognition.

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