Privacy group sues NYPD for release of facial-recognition documents

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A privacy group sued the New York Police Department on Tuesday to demand the release of documents related to its use of facial-recognition technology, which rights groups have criticized as discriminatory and lacking in proper oversight.