EDRi-gram | Highlights

EDRi-gram, 30 September 2020

"Biometric mass surveillance is tremendously invasive and inhumane. It allows an invisible, permanent and massive control of the public space. It makes everybody a suspect. It turns our face into a tracking device, rather than a signifier of personality, eventually reducing it to a technical object."

By EDRi · September 30, 2020



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