Episode

Jul 12, 2021

Today’s Verdict: Ban Facial Recognition, The Israeli Consulate, T-Mobile Settlement Case

Host, David Lesch speaks with Albert Fox Cahn, Executive Director of the Surveillance Technology Project (STOP), about the logistics of facial recognition technology, the controversial usage, and shares the status of a potential bill that may impact future criminal cases. Then, Israel Nitzan, Acting Consul General of Israel in New York, is here to discuss Israel and the United States public relations and shares what is next in laws/policies regarding anti-Semitism. Finally, Michael Tiger, Deputy General Counsel of the NYC Department of Consumer Affairs, is here to discuss the recent settlement with T-Mobile and how consumers may be eligible for a civil fund, and shares tips on how they can protect themselves from frauds and scams. Producer: Marivid Batista & Yesenia Ramos | Editor: Luis Rebolledo | Producer Intern: Yarelys Encarnacion | Guests: Albert Fox Cahn, Esq., Executive Director, Surveillance Technology Oversight Project; Israel Nitzan, Acting Consul General of Israel in New Yorkk; Michael Tiger, Deputy General Counsel, NYC Department of Consumer Affairs

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