Google CEO Eric Schmidt, talking this week at the company's "Big Tent" conference in the UK, said that Google is "unlikely" to create a facial recognition database, saying the accuracy of the technology is "very concerning" and that popularizing the technology may cause governments to pass broad-reaching laws with unintended consequences, reports PC Advisor. Schmidt also announced Google's new Dashboard, a service that allows users to see the information Google has collected about them and opt to delete certain data. "It is worth stressing that we can only do this with data you have shared with Google. We can't be a vacuum cleaner for the whole Internet," said Schmidt.
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