Letters to the Editor
January 26, 2022
To Protect Montanans’ Privacy, We Must Address Facial Recognition Technology
Our rights to not have our property or persons searched or seized without a warrant, to not be harassed by the government without good reason, and to conduct our own peaceful affairs with minimal intrusion are increasingly challenged by new technology. Our smartphones track our every movement, many personal conversations happen through electronic communications, and our health and financial data are increasingly stored on devices and in the cloud.
These digital records have become so involved in every aspect of o...
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