We spoke in the European Parliament about how a limited ban on biometric surveillance undermines its own protection.
The Dutch Senate shares the same concerns we’ve expressed about the AI Act and wrote to the European Commission about it. The response of the Commission is not exactly reassuring.
Governments and industry might benefit from a slow and steady introduction of face surveillance. Their calls for regulation might distract from a more fundamental discussion: Is deployment of this mass surveillance technology compatible with our rights and freedoms?