Facial recognition technology is one of the newer ways various companies are choosing to collect data on people, and it’s even become a tool for police to track down criminals.

It’s rare for people to discuss the other side of FRT’s, like how surveillance is being collected and stored and how it can be used negatively.

However, Wednesday, it was the topic of discussion for City Council members like Councilman Kristerfer Burnett, who is working to make changes to guidelines around surveillance usage in Baltimore City.

Surveillance footage, including facial recognition technology, is constantly being collected on each and every one of us daily and it’s why Burnett said city neighbors have a right to know when our data is being collected and how it’s being used and stored.... Read More: WMAR2NEWS