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Daily Dashboard | Independent review describes 'urgent' need for UK biometrics reform Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, Aug. 19, 2022

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The Ada Lovelace Institute, a U.K.-based artificial intelligence advocacy group, filed an independent review of the U.K.'s regulation of biometric technologies, TechCrunch reports. Matrix Chambers Queen's Counsel Matthew Ryder authored the review and found the U.K. requires "an ambitious new legislative framework specific to biometrics," as the current regulatory regime is "fragmented, confused and failing to keep pace." Proposed U.K. data reforms intend to address law enforcements' use of biometric data, but the proposal doesn't go in-depth on general biometric deployments.
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