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Albany Lawmakers Introduce Bill Banning Landlords From Using Facial Recognition Technology. Brooklyn tenants are fighting a plan by their landlord, Nelson Management, to install facial recognition technology at the entrances of their rent-regulated complex in Brownsville. (Brahmjot Kaur.
New legislation introduced in New York state would ban the use of facial-recognition software by landlords in residential buildings. The bill, announced Thursday, comes after officials in San.
State lawmakers in the Senate and Assembly this week introduced a bill that would ban the use of facial recognition technology by landlords in residential buildings. The legislation is being proposed after San Francisco approved a similar ban on facial recognition technology usage earlier this week.
The proposed bill would prohibit all public housing units that receive funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development from using technology like facial recognition, according to a.
ALBANY – New York lawmakers want to ban facial recognition technology on all rental properties, arguing it infringes on tenant privacy. New legislation would outlaw landlords from being able to "obtain, retain, access or use" the machinery on residential premises.
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Commercial landlords. those (or face questions from a tenant as to why it is being asked to take possession of non-conforming premises). Starting in 2013 landlords will also be required to disclose.