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Several Mature woman chat in Bishop Hill cities, including San Francisco and Oakland, CAhave passed bans on the use of facial recognition by police or government bodies. Portland's ban would be the first to extend to private businesses, including stores, airlines and event venues.

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Police departments have also considered the technology to spot suspects or enforce crowd control. However, those actions have led to ificant backlash, especially from the civil rights community.

Portland's proposed ban would the likes of San Francisco, Oakland and Somerville, MAalthough those bans only apply to city and police use. The Massachusetts state legislature has also seen a ban introduced, and there have been bills brought up in the U.

Congress that would regulate the technology. Portland's move to crack down on private use could be picked up in other cities, especially as public pressure mounts to push back against the tools.

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