This article argues that U.S. courts and legislatures should limit law enforcement application of biometric identification technologies within Constitutional bounds. Specifically, warrant requirements should be enforced for police to use facial recognition artificial intelligence and software. Such warrant requirement is practical for law enforcement and is already within the bounds of current Fourth Amendment cases.
Warrants Needed for Biometric Analysis,
St. Louis U. L.J.
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