For Moscow's quarantined, 100,000 cameras are watching  EWNView Full coverage on Google News
The city rolled out the technology just before the epidemic reached Russia, ignoring protests and legal complaints over sophisticated state surveillance. The city rolled out the technology just before the epidemic reached Russia, ignoring protests and legal complaints over sophisticated state surveillance.

For Moscow's quarantined, 100,000 cameras are watching

“Moscow police have used facial recognition to nab over 200 people who violated quarantine. Too bad the city hasn't invested as much money into its healthcare system, where there are shortages of basic protective gear for medical workers. https://77.мвд.рф/news/item/19800756/”

Jake Rudnitsky on Twitter: "Moscow police have used facial recognition to nab over 200 people who violated quarantine. Too bad the city hasn't invested as much money into its healthcare system, where there are shortages of basic protective gear for medical workers. https://77.мвд.рф/news/item/19800756/"

The latest on Russia’s response to the coronavirus.The latest on Russia’s response to the coronavirus.

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The city rolled out the technology just before the epidemic reached Russia, ignoring protests and legal complaints over sophisticated state surveillance. The city rolled out the technology just before the epidemic reached Russia, ignoring protests and legal complaints over sophisticated state surveillance.

1 Lakh Cameras Keep Watch on Quarantined People in Moscow as Russia Fights Covid-19

Moscow police said last week that the cameras that are linked have allowed them to identify almost 200 people who broke quarantine rules.President Vladimir Putin last week toured a hi-tech centre set up to monitor the virus situation and Russia's responseMoscow police said last week that the cameras that are linked have allowed them to identify almost 200 people who broke quarantine rules.President Vladimir Putin last week toured a hi-tech centre set up to monitor the virus situation and Russia's response

Putin government's 100,000 cameras are watching you: Don't come out of your house

A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread of the coronavirus in Russia. The country, as of Monday, had reported 438 coronavirus infections, most of them in Moscow.

For Moscow's quarantined, 100,000 cameras are watching

Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said the elderly 'must comply with an at-home regimen'. The measures don't apply to Vladimir Putin because he 'works where he lives'.Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said the elderly 'must comply with an at-home regimen'. The measures don't apply to Vladimir Putin because he 'works where he lives'.

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Biggest News Source for News in Uganda and the East African Region ,Breaking news in Uganda and Daily news and the latest from UgandaRussia rolled out the technology just before the epidemic reached them, ignoring protests and legal complaints over sophisticated state surveillance.

For Moscow's Quarantined, 100,000 Cameras Are Watching

A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread of the coronavirus in Russia.A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread of the coronavirus in Russia.

Moscow uses facial recognition network for quarantine

A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread of the coronavirus in Russia.A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread of the coronavirus in Russia.

For Moscow's quarantined, 100,000 cameras are watching - World - The Jakarta Post

A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread ...A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread ...

COVID-19: For Moscow's quarantined, 100,000 cameras are watching - CNA

A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread of the coronavirus in Russia.A vast and contentious network of facial recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now playing a key role in the battle against the spread of the coronavirus in Russia.

Coronavirus In Russia: How 1 Lakh Cameras Are Playing Critical Role In Moscow's Fight Against Virus