San Francisco facial recognition tech ban 'just the beginning' of debate - report

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Other cities may follow San Fran's suit in banning facial recognition technology.

A new report says San Francisco's facial recognition ban "is just the beginning" of a debate about the technology.

The US city has banned facial recognition technology, citing privacy concerns.

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