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Is your face in a database? The controversial facial recognition technology uniting Congress

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In a rare show of bipartisan support, lawmakers are raising concerns after government records revealed the FBI and Homeland security are using driver’s license photos for facial recognition scans. Clare Garvie is a senior associate at The Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law Center She sat down with Soledad to talk about if this technology harmful or helpful?

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