Авторитарные технологии

«Следуй»: московские активисты против системы распознавания лиц

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В Москве заработали 105 тысяч камер с системой распознавания лиц. Система в режиме онлайн оцифровывает лица и сравнивает их с розыскными базами.

Есть те, кто не согласен с таким контролем властей над гражданами. Арт-активисты при помощи художницы Катрин Ненашевой объединились в движение «Следуй» против тотальной слежки государства.

Девятого февраля они собирались нанести защитный геометрический макияж, который путает алгоритмы системы распознавания лиц, и прогуляться по Москве. Но их прогулке помешали полицейские.

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Katerina Fomina

Katerina Fomina is CodaRu's senior editor. Born and raised in Moscow, Russia, she worked as a special reporter for the newspaper Novaya Gazeta and has written for other media. Katerina has lived in Armenia and Georgia, but is currently based in Moscow again.

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