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Dr Nessa Lynch is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington
Without a strong legal and ethical framework and clear policy for use, FRT can have grave implications for individual and collective rights.
The Opposition's newly released law and order policy makes some claims that aren't based in fact, argues Dr Nessa Lynch, an associate professor at the Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington.