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Daily Dashboard | Sen. Franken pushes Apple for privacy answers on iPhone X Related reading: Health IT groups want ONC to clarify exchange framework

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Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., sent a letter to Apple asking the tech company about potential privacy issues with the iPhone X’s Face ID feature, Recode reports. Franken’s concerns stem around Apple using Face ID “to benefit other sectors of its business, sell it to third parties for surveillance purposes, or receive law enforcement requests to access [its] facial recognition system — eventual uses that may not be contemplated by Apple customers.” While Apple said facial scans will only be stored on the device, Franken wonders whether Apple has the ability to access biometric data remotely or by physically accessing the device and whether the tech company will change its mind and begin storing facial recognition data remotely. Editor's Note: Ryan Chiavetta, CIPP/US, reported on Apple's Face ID feature in this piece for Privacy Tech.
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