Draconian face ID tech is intensifying (This is disrupting & disturbing)

Original Article from The Hustle
It doesn’t take much thought to understand how in the future this tech could even further disrupt the crypto market and our ability to buy and sell in general. In my opinion, it is just a sign of the times with many Christian, end times prophecies, playing out in front of us.

When Kelly Conlon took her daughter to see the Rockettes at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall, guards wouldn’t let her inperOpens in a new tab. NBC. Why? Facial recognition software had ID’d her as a lawyer whose firm is involved in a lawsuit against the venue’s parent company,

MSG Entertainment.Facial recognition tech…… has been used in a variety of ways, including:By conservationsOpens in a new tab. to track seals By police in India to enforceOpens in a new tab. covid mask mandatesBy schoolsOpens in a new tab. to track students and visitors for security and attendance purposes

Sixteen major US airportsOpens in a new tab. are currently testing the tech for passenger screening.It’s a controversial technology.There are concerns over privacy, government overreach, and inaccuracy. The tech is worseOpens in a new tab. at ID-ing women and people of color than white men, and its use in the US has led to wrongful arrestsOpens in a new tab..

But this case… is interesting because a business is using the tech to ban specific people who’ve done nothing wrong. In June, MSG banned all lawyers from firms suing it from its venues — even if, like Conlon, they aren’t involved with that particular case.

Conlon’s firm — Davis, Saperstein and Salomon — has complained to the state liquor authority, which requires all licensees allow the “general public,” and an investigation is pending. Other firms have sued over the ban.

In November, one judge decided that, under state law, MSG could ban lawyers from sporting events, but not concerts or showsOpens in a new tab.. Another called MSG’s policy the “stupidest thing” she’d ever readperOpens in a new tab. Reuters.

Still, MSG maintains that litigation “creates an inherently adversarial environment,” and that private businesses have the right to limit entry.We’ll have to see how things shake out, but hopefully it’s not a precedent for AI-driven dystopian pettiness.
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Dale Calvert

Dale Calvert is a serial entreprenuer. He started his first business at age 14, a direct mail business out of his parents home. Dale has always believed that wealth is created in front of a trend. This business philosophy lead him into the cryptocurrency space in 2017, He made the decision in 2022, that the cryptocurrency space is where he will be spending the majority of his time.

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