TELL LAWMAKERS: REGULATE FACE SURVEILLANCE
TAKE ACTION NOW
In 2020, Massachusetts lawmakers passed strong face surveillance legislation, but Governor Baker blocked these commonsense limits on a dangerous and racially biased technology. The compromise law he signed does not address the dangers that face surveillance poses to our most cherished freedoms.
We're calling on lawmakers once again to support the stronger legislation they enacted in 2020, which would prevent government agencies from using face surveillance to track people, prohibit the use of face surveillance in schools, require police to seek a warrant before using image matching technology to investigate serious crimes, and let defendants know when the technology has been used to implicate them in criminal investigations.
Make sure lawmakers know that we can't have racial justice without reining in racist, dystopian surveillance!
Please take a moment to personalize the message. Your voice and your reasons for supporting civil liberties matter! Learn more about the bill and the campaign at aclum.org/presspause.
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