Thursday, August 29, 2019

Local NextGen Students Earn Life Under Surveillance Teachable Moment

Here's a glimpse at mandatory digital tracking that will become the rule for everybody who steps outdoors in the next decade . . . Check local authorities testing the tech on students and thereby avoiding much future resistance:

Local school district to use facial recognition software

RAYTOWN, MO (KCTV) -- Cameras in and around schools are nothing new. From the gym, to the cafeteria, Raytown High has 100. District wide there are 1,000 and security staff can only watch so many screens at once. With this new system, when you walk past that camera and if you're flagged as a problem, security doesn't have to actually see you.

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