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Canada Dashboard Digest | Former IPC: Facial recognition use 'very concerning' Related reading: Breaking down the political support behind proposed US privacy laws

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Former Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario Ann Cavoukian expressed alarm over the use of facial-recognition technology in public places in an interview with CTV News. Cavoukian, now executive director of the Global Privacy & Security by Design Centre, said people may be unaware of how prevalent the technology is, how the information can be used and how damaging it can be. “It’s very concerning to me, because your facial image is the most sensitive biometric and can be used to accurately — or, worse — inaccurately connect you with certain events,” Cavoukian said.
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