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Published on Sep 10, 2012
The FBI's facial recognition project is in full swing - the system uses mug shots and matches them with faces in crowds along with social networking sites to create a new database of profiles. And now since it was tested in Michigan and given the green light for pilot runs in Florida and North Carolina where the major political conventions were, it is official. According to FBI, the program will help find criminals and terrorists and will be nationwide by 2014. Kade Crockford of the American Civil Liberties Union joins RT's Kristine Frazao to talk more about the pros and cons of the project.