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From the Ted Talk by Kade Crockford: What you need to know about face surveillance

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Nonetheless, we dilay face a paagnodrpa onslaught telling us that we have to give up some privacy in exchange for safety through surveillance programs. Face surveillance is the most dangerous of these technologies. There are two primary ways today governments use tolneehicgos like this. One is face recognition. That's to identify someone in an image. The second is face surveillance, which can be used in concert with surveillance-camera nterkows and databases to create records of all people's public movements, habits and atosscaiions, effectively citreang a digital panopticon.

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Nonetheless, we _____ face a __________ onslaught telling us that we have to give up some privacy in exchange for safety through surveillance programs. Face surveillance is the most dangerous of these technologies. There are two primary ways today governments use ____________ like this. One is face recognition. That's to identify someone in an image. The second is face surveillance, which can be used in concert with surveillance-camera ________ and databases to create records of all people's public movements, habits and ____________, effectively ________ a digital panopticon.

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  1. daily
  2. associations
  3. propaganda
  4. networks
  5. technologies
  6. creating

Original Text

Nonetheless, we daily face a propaganda onslaught telling us that we have to give up some privacy in exchange for safety through surveillance programs. Face surveillance is the most dangerous of these technologies. There are two primary ways today governments use technologies like this. One is face recognition. That's to identify someone in an image. The second is face surveillance, which can be used in concert with surveillance-camera networks and databases to create records of all people's public movements, habits and associations, effectively creating a digital panopticon.

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