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One of the biggest tech companies in the world is forced to keep shopping around for a new Australian headquarters after its proposal for a Silicon Valley-style hub in Sydney is rejected by the NSW Government. A promotion video shows an actor wearing LLVision facial recognition smart glasses. The man, who was wanted for “economic crimes”, was arrested in his seat at the pop concert after being recognised by one of China’s 176-million-strong army of CCTV cameras. A US federal judge rules that a class action lawsuit against Facebook can proceed after allegations the social network unlawfully used a facial recognition process on photos without user permission. Billions of dollars worth of precious metals go into e-waste every year. Researchers at this laboratory are using ultrasound technology to recycle some of it — from a very tiny source. Darren Haymes at a table covered in paperwork related to the NBN.