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Equatorial Guinea wants to install more facial recognition cameras
Release time:2024-02-15
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According to information published on its institutional website, the Government of Equatorial Guinea decided to implement more surveillance cameras in the country.


This decision took place within the scope of the reinforcement of the Minors Protection Law. This was discussed in the last working session that the Vice-President of the Republic, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, held with the Ministries of Security and Public Works, and with representatives of GeProyectos and the Chinese company Huawei.


The meeting aimed to provide a framework for Huawei to present the project to install cameras nationwide to Nguema Obiang Mangue.


The implementation of more surveillance cameras with facial recognition will take place mainly in busier areas, such as schools, parks and churches.


(Source: E-global, on February 8)