a government report calls for stricter supervision

The report by LREM deputy Jean-Michel Mis submitted to the government provides an overview of the news security technologies and associated societal issues to avoid a drift towards generalized surveillance of citizens.

In addition to surveillance cameras, new means are made available to law enforcement without necessarily measuring all the consequences and issues concerning respect for privacy.

Drones monitoring demonstrations, facial recognition systems analyzing the faces in a crowd, widespread use of artificial intelligence … Many technologies are now used for the maintenance of order but their novelty is not always offset by a strict framework of use.

The report therefore pleads for the establishment of an upstream framework for the organization in France of major world sporting events such as the Rugby World Cup in 2023 and the Paris Olympic Games in 2024, so that they are not not the pretext “unbridled use of all forms of new security technologies“.

For proportionate use

It calls for a use “targeted and supervised“and in the form”operational support tools“for the police. The report calls for the use of solutions from local actors for questions of national security and calls for the holding of public consultations and a national and transdisciplinary debate.

This flattening could help define the contours of certain aspects of security technologies such as the scope of biometric identification in public spaces, which the report wishes to be limited to terrorism and organized crime, where the role of artificial intelligence, for which the member believes that she should never be able to make decisions without human supervision.


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