The Future of Privacy Forum published resources to help businesses and policymakers understand and evaluate consumer-targeted facial-recognition technology systems. The FPF’s report, "Privacy Principles for Facial Recognition Technology in Consumer Applications," provides a summary of privacy principles to be considered, including consent, respect for context, transparency, data security, privacy by design, integrity and access, and accountability. The report states that while facial-recognition technology affords many benefits, it raises several privacy concerns that need to be considered. The FPF also released an infographic to provide easy access to key distinctions between five facial-scanning technologies.
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