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SIA Testimony on Facial Recognition Technology: Ensuring Commercial Transparency and Accuracy

SIA testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on Jan. 15, 2020, on the use of facial recognition technology, its potential implications and possible legislative solutions to avoid risks.

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Coalition Letter Opposing a Moratorium on Facial Recognition Technology

SIA, in partnership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and several other organizations, has urged Congress to collaborate with all stakeholders to address concerns raised by facial recognition technology and provide a consistent set of rules across the United States rather than issue a moratorium on the technology.

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SIA Signs Multi-Organization Letter to Congress on Facial Recognition

SIA has urged Congress to consider viable alternatives to bans on facial recognition to allow safe, accurate and effective use of the technology.

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Letter of opposition to Massachusetts HB 3871

Opposition Letter to Massachusetts Law on Temporary Locking Devices in Classrooms

The Security Industry Association has expressed concerns with Massachusetts HB 3871, which would amend state law to include “temporary door locking devices” for public schools to use in classrooms.

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SIA letter of opposition to Wisconsin AB 44

Opposition Letter to Wisconsin Law on Classroom Barricade Devices

The Security Industry Association has expressed concerns with Wisconsin AB 44, which would amend state law to allow public schools to use “barricade devices” in classrooms.

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SIA, ALAS and CANASA Support Letter for USMCA

SIA, ALAS and CANASA Letter of Support for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement

The Security Industry Association, the Latin American Security Association and the Canadian Security Association formed a coalition to urge the U.S. Congress to approve the United States-Mexico-Canada agreement promptly.

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