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Keyless entry

In his decision, DHCR's deputy commissioner Woody Pascal asserted that the state has a right to consider privacy when it comes to allowing changes in building services.
The settlement is being hailed as an important precedent on the use of keyless technologies in residential spaces, which is increasingly finding its way into New York City apartment buildings.
A Brooklyn landlord wants to install facial recognition technology at a rent-stabilized complex, raising alarm among housing rights attorneys about a potentially far-reaching form of digital surveillance.
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