AI Act: Parliamentarians reject biometric mass surveillance

EU parliamentarians are bracing themselves for tough arguments with the Council over artificial intelligence legislation (AI Act). A central point of contention is biometric mass surveillance. While the Council wants to allow such surveillance systems for law enforcement purposes, a group of parliamentarians across political groups is fighting for a complete ban on these technologies.

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