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A student who was mistaken for a thief, requires $ 1 billion from Apple because of an error in the face recognition system

 
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A student who was mistaken for a thief, requires $ 1 billion from Apple because of an error in the face recognition system
A student from New York filed a lawsuit against Apple, demanding that he pay $ 1 billion in compensation for his mistaken arrest and charges of several thefts. It is reported by Bloomberg.

The 18-year-old New Yorker Usman Bach (Ousmane Bah) was detained at his home in November 2018 on charges of several thefts from the Apple Store in Massachusetts, New Jersey, Delaware and New York. The warrant contained a photograph of the suspect, who, according to Bach, does not look like him. In addition, one of the $ 1200 thefts was committed in Boston on the day he was at his prom in Manhattan and could not commit theft.

In court documents, the plaintiff claims that he lost his student’s driver’s license, which a real thief may have found and used to identify him in the Apple store. The face recognition system installed in stores could have mistakenly tied the face of a criminal to the name of a young person.

Charges against Bach have already been dropped in all states except New Jersey. Now the young man is trying to achieve compensation for the fact that he has experienced severe stress, proving his innocence.

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Re: A student who was mistaken for a thief, requires $ 1 billion from Apple because of an error in the face recognition system
Did Apple arrest him? Or the police? If the surveillance photo did not look like him, by whose authority was he arrested? Do the police work for Apple?
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Re: A student who was mistaken for a thief, requires $ 1 billion from Apple because of an error in the face recognition system
Did Apple arrest him? Or the police? If the surveillance photo did not look like him, by whose authority was he arrested? Do the police work for Apple?
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Re: A student who was mistaken for a thief, requires $ 1 billion from Apple because of an error in the face recognition system
But Apple LUVS soy boys. They helped CREATE soy boys. What a jerk, a billion dollars. His parents or somebody have some $$$ for lawyers.

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Re: A student who was mistaken for a thief, requires $ 1 billion from Apple because of an error in the face recognition system
But Apple LUVS soy boys. They helped CREATE soy boys. What a jerk, a billion dollars. His parents or somebody have some $$$ for lawyers.
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