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Apple Denies The Use Of Facial Recognition In Its Stores After Teen Sues For $1 Billion

Apple is currently being sued by a New York teenager who claims Apple Stores’ facial recognition technology misidentified him as a robber in Boston, New Jersey, Delaware, and New York City.

Now, Apple has come forward to claim it doesn’t scan people’s faces within its stores, as reported by The Verge. However, Apple isn’t the only company named in the lawsuit, so the teenager’s claims can’t be ruled out yet . . .

For the full story by Vanessa Taylor follow the link below to afrotech.com.



Apple Denies The Use Of Facial Recognition In Its Stores After Teen Sues For $1 Billion

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