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Privacy

A federal class action claims Motorola Solutions and Vigilant Solutions massively invaded privacy by collecting more than 18 million mugshots of citizens, many of whom were innocent or whose records were expunged, scanned their facial geometries and created and sold a database of it without their consent.

CHICAGO — A federal class action claims Motorola Solutions and Vigilant Solutions massively invaded privacy by collecting more than 18 million mugshots of citizens, many of whom were innocent or whose records were expunged, scanning their facial geometries, and creating and selling a database of it without their consent.

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