Intelligent cameras made by German company Bosch are helping to boost security in public places like subways and airports.
The firm says that so far it is not using facial recognition software or biometric data in the devices.
Germany's interior minister says that a new electronic anti-crime identification system works well but needs more testing. Data protection activists, however, are very concerned about the number of false identifications.
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A man who was seen kicking a woman down the stairs of a Berlin subway station was sentenced to two years and eleven months in jail. The viral video prompted a massive public outcry and a call for increased surveillance.
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