A recent survey conducted via text messaging found that most respondents, 67.5 percent, were not concerned by Australia’s plans to implement a national facial recognition system, ZDNet reports. Roy Morgan, the polling company that conducted the survey, asked participants, “Under anti-terror measures, state governments will provide driver licence photos for mass facial recognition technology. Does this concern you?” The company also asked respondents why they felt the way they did about the facial recognition system. Some noted they wanted the government to catch criminals and terrorists, while others said they had nothing to hide. 
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