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Automated Facial Recognition in Law Enforcement: The Queen (On Application of Edward Bridges) v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police
Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal
The use of automated facial recognition in law enforcement is still a novel practice and as a result the legislative framework for this technology is ill-defined. The judgement of The Queen (on application of Edward Bridges) v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police  EWCA Civ 1058 is the first case in the world that examines pertinent legal questions pertaining to this new technology. Automatic facial recognition may be used in law enforcement, but to prevent massive human rightsdoi:10.17159/1727-3781/2021/v24i0a8923 doaj:1fd83ab795914677ac296d500086b566 fatcat:o7zhyxg5ozgxpfuc44npjax7ee