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Daily Dashboard | Study: Identifying facial-recognition’s privacy, bias issues early mitigates risks Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe, 10 July 2020

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A Rand Corporation study seeks to improve the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s “acquisition and oversight of facial recognition technologies,” Biometric Update reports. The authors said the study “was intended to highlight for policymakers the high-level privacy and bias implications of FRT systems.” Users must understand the problems associated with facial-recognition technology as identifying those issues early “enables the mitigation of future risks.” Meanwhile, face masks have resulted in London police halting a plan to roll out facial-recognition cameras.
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