November 7th, 2013

Hey Tumblr, how concerned are you about this? 

In the future, your face could be the only ID you need.

A little-known pilot program is putting facial recognition technology in the hands of law enforcement. For some, it represents a radical milestone in militarization on U.S. soil. 

Read our latest investigation to find out how it’s playing out in San Diego

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