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The dystopian possibilities of facial recognition technology

Surveillance cameras and artificial intelligence create an all-seeing eye, says NEC member Tim Dawson

Tags: , facial recognition, surveillance, police

NUJ concern at Derry court protests

Reporters covering the appearance of a man accused of the murder of journalist Lyra McKee were subject to intimidation from protesters.

Tags: , court, derry, lyra mckee, Sara Canning, journalists intimidated, Paul McIntyre

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NUJ calls on PA Media Group to treat photographers fairly following its acquisition of stock image agency Alamy

The union has written to chief executive, Clive Marshall, to seek guarantees on its plans for its stock images acquisition.

Tags: , photographers, photographers' council, pa media group, alamy, picture agency, stock images, Clive Marshall

Winners announced for Ian Bell New Writing award

A wealth of young talent was identified in the NUJ Edinburgh & District branch competition in memory of journalist and author Ian Bell.

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NUJ council joins concerns of press photographers over exclusion to historic events

Number 10 has instead provided its own officially-approved images of the Prime Minister.

Tags: , photographers, photographers' council, boris johnson, downing street, prime minister, rota, press freedom, censorship