Members of U.K. Parliament are calling to ban Chinese surveillance camera brands Hikvision and Dahua, both used by government bodies in the U.K., Yahoo News reports. MP David Davis said the technology’s “advanced surveillance capabilities such as facial recognition, person tracking and gender identification” could threaten civil liberties and potentially national security. The lawmakers also seek “an independent national review of the scale, capabilities, ethics and rights impact of modern CCTV in the U.K.”
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