Activists want Congress to ban facial recognition. So they scanned lawmakers’ faces. Almost 14,000 people’s faces were non-consensually scanned in Washington. Sound creepy? That’s the point.

Activists want Congress to ban facial recognition. So they scanned lawmakers’ faces. Almost 14,000 people’s faces were non-consensually scanned in Washington. Sound creepy? That’s the point. submitted by /u/evanFFTF to r/KeepOurNetFree [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Why would an ISP be restricted to only expanding into underserved areas?

Why would an ISP be restricted to only expanding into underserved areas? I live in a small town in Central California. In town our best ISP offers around 150/7 mbps speeds for $60 a month. In the small communities 10+ miles from town another ISP recently expanded into the area and offers 1,000/1,000 mbps for $60 a month. I contacted them about providing access in town and they said they cannot as they are only allowed to expand into underserved areas. Why would this be? What would legally or financially…

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