One area of bipartisan support in Congress is anger over the unregulated use of facial recognition technology by federal law enforcement agencies. Republican and Democratic lawmakers grilled the FBI and other federal officials for scanning millions of state driver’s license photos without the public’s consent. Clare Garvie, with the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law Center, testified before the House on this issue. She joins Soledad to explain how the technology works and the constitutional challenges it poses.

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