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Daily Dashboard | Facial-recognition surveillance to be tested at White House Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Publications Editor, Dec. 14, 2018

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The American Civil Liberties Union published plans from the U.S. Secret Service to pilot facial-recognition surveillance at the White House to identify “subjects of interest,” The Verge reports. While the report states it is unknown if the test is currently active, it was scheduled to begin Nov. 19 and run until Aug. 30, 2019. The plan notes that while it is running, footage with facial match will be saved, confirmed by evaluators, and “eventually deleted.” A spokesperson said, “For operational security purposes we do not comment on the means and methods of how we conduct our protective operations.”
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  • comment Modi Vision • Dec 7, 2018
    That is a smart move from them. The facial recognition technology will push the whole world sooner or later to depend on. It has high potential for being the fastest and most secured biometric system in the world. This will reflect on cost, time, space, and security efficiency, and those are the most important variables for anyone.