It’s weird that governments are now ticketing people for avoiding facial recognition. Weird, but not surprising. We’ve been slipping down this slope for a long time now and London is a city under ubiquitous surveillance. The surveillance state is powerful and it is only getting more powerful.
The ticketing comes in the wake of another similar incident in February, in which another man refused to be scanned by one of the facial recognition vans and was also fined £90.
“He simply pulled up the top of his jumper over the bottom of his face, put his head down and walked past,” said Silkie Carlo, director of Big Brother Watch, who added that at least one man had seen placards warning the public of the facial recognition cameras being used from a parked police van.
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