The UK Policing Minister encourages law enforcement to double their use of facial recognition software to track down offenders, sparking concerns about civil liberties.
The Greek Data Protection Authority is set to decide on the legality of AI and biometric surveillance systems in the country's refugee camps, a decision that could impact the use of such systems in migration management globally.
The EU Parliament unanimously approved the AI Act intended to ensure the responsible development of ethical AI systems.
Italy prohibited the use of facial recognition and 'smart glasses', except when necessary n judicial investigations or the fight against crime.
Apart from its undemocratic nature, there are many reasons why biometric mass surveillance is problematic for human rights and footabll fans’ rights.