Chinese cops are using facial recognition glasses

Chinas police have been testing sunglasses with built in facial recognition since at least last month to catch suspects and those traveling under false identities.Now China is expanding the facial recognition sunglasses program as police are beginning to use them in the outskirts of Beijing into then the now according to Reuters.The Chinese government has a list of people who are not allowed to enter the meeting and might face additional enforcement action.

The blacklist includes criminals journalists political dissidents,and human rights activists,among others.The program was used as extra security while Parliament voted to extend Xi Jinpings presidency to a lifetime rule and paralleled the increased censorship and surveillance measures seen throughout China.Police used the sunglasses to check travelers and car registration plates against the government’s blacklist before Parliament’s annual meeting this past weekend.

As hundreds of millions of Chinese begin traveling for the Lunar New Year holiday police are showing off a new addition to their crowd surveillance toolbox.mobile facial recognition units mounted on eyeglasses.China ne dekho hun kida da jugad kadea hoea hai enka dekho apradi nu fadn lyee te eh video nu dekh ke share kro vad to vad.Previously the glasses were only been tested in trains stations in Zhengzhou the capital of Henan Province.By February 8th police had allegedly caught seven suspects and 26 travelers using false identities.

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