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The European Union's proposal for a temporary ban on facial-recognition technology got a cool response from Microsoft President Brad Smith.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan on Tuesday published a list defending how it treats people accused of crimes, the latest move in its struggle to counter accusations of "hostage justice" after ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn's dramatic escape to Lebanon.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A growing number of foreigners in Japan are speaking out against what they say is a little-known but entrenched system that allows one parent in a broken relationship to take away the children and block the other from visiting them.
TOKYO: An Australian man was freed yesterday after spending a month and a half detained in Tokyo on charges of trespassing when he went to his estranged in-laws’ apartment building to look for his missing children.
TOKYO (Reuters) - An Australian man was freed on Wednesday after spending a month and a half detained in Tokyo on charges of trespassing when he went to his estranged in-laws' apartment building to look for his missing children.
India is planning to create the world's largest facial-recognition database, with the technology already being widely used by police, airports and even cafes. Critics fear this violates human rights and will turn the country into a Chinese-style surveillance state.
The use of facial recognition technology at a popular Indian cafe chain that triggered a backlash among customers, led to calls from human rights advocates on Nov 25 for the government to speed up the introduction of laws to protect privacy.
MELAKA: The police are looking for 57 children who have been missing since 2010.
Gone baby gone: Melaka cops still trying to find 57 children who have gone missing since 2010, says state police chief
MELAKA: Melaka police are still trying to determine what has happened to 57 children who have gone missing since 2010 until now.
As India prepares to install a nationwide facial recognition system in an effort to catch criminals and find missing children, human rights and technology experts on Nov 7 warned of the risks to privacy and from increased surveillance.