While speaking at Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone event in the brand-new Steve Jobs Theater Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the iPhone X, a device he says will bring in the next decade of smartphone innovation. The flagship feature of the iPhone X is Face ID, allowing users to unlock their devices via facial recognition technology. While Face ID represents a benchmark in the development of smartphones and opens up a new era of facial recognition authentication, the new feature has prompted some in the media to raise privacy concerns. In this post for Privacy Tech, Ryan Chiavetta, CIPP/US, reports on the new technology and gets insights from Georgetown University Law Center on Privacy & Technology Associate Clare Garvie and BioCatch Vice President of Marketing Frances Zelazny.
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