Now, lets also say that the government there is notorious for widespread and unregulated use of facial recognition technology as a way to both fight crime and to identify and silence political dissidents. This government has taken to banning face masks at massive anti regime protests that have been shaking one of its more economically viable, semi independent territories for the better part of a year, in an effort to better identify and target the protesters. So, what would this government do,...

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