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Crumbling European solidarity or yet another day at the office?

Further news coming out of the European Union as Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki (acting on permission of the Polish High Courts), announced that the country’s national constitution takes precedence over European legislation. For those not in the know, a central tenet of the European Union is that EU-passed legislation must always take priority overContinue reading “Crumbling European solidarity or yet another day at the office?”

European Parliament votes to ban facial-recognition technology

The European Parliament has approved a resolution that would see an out-right ban on the use of facial-recognition technology. On the 5th October, the parliament voted 377 to 248 in favour of banning the use of the controversial technology, which allows CCTV and other surveillance equipment to match individuals’ faces to databases for a multitudeContinue reading “European Parliament votes to ban facial-recognition technology”

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