31 January 2021
Business Insider provides a write-up of a panel 'New Police Surveillance Technologies: Combatting the Science Fiction Collectively – A Civil Society Perspective' at the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection conference, in which Statewatch participated.
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"Chris Jones, de Statewatch, recuerda cómo hace unos 4 años interpeló a varios altos cargos de la Comisión Europea de entonces, compartiendo su temor a que se desarrollasen tecnologías como el banco de datos biométricos que ahora Europa está empeñada en crear. Entonces le dijeron que esos temores eran infundados."
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