It is reported that the case will be financed by crowdfunding, that is, by collecting voluntary donations. The case was supported by Ukrainian officials, as well as former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Previously, the use of real-time facial recognition by UK police was known to “do not meet minimum ethical and legal standards”, thanks to a study by the University of Cambridge.

Source: Ferra

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