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Daily Dashboard | GAO issues report on government facial recognition use Related reading: OCR issues rule for reproductive health care under HIPAA



The U.S. Government Accountability Office published a report reviewing the deployment of facial recognition technologies by government agencies. GAO found 16 of 24 surveyed agencies use facial recognition for one or more purposes. The reasons for deployment included digital access or cybersecurity, crime prevention and general surveillance. Ten agencies acknowledged plans to expand use of facial recognition through 2023.
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  • comment Nicholas Morrione • Aug 29, 2021
    On this score, we can be grateful that the Washington Privacy Act will pave the way to deal with the topic of facial recognition.