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US teen claims Apple's face recognition led to his false arrest, sues for $1bn

Sify Wednesday, 24 April 2019
A teenager based in New York is suing Apple for USD 1 billion, over a false arrest he says took place because of what he believes to be Apple's facial recognition system.
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