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The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has, to date, held two meetings with the ultimate goal of creating a code of conduct in line with the White House’s Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights. In the second meeting, held at the end of February, it was decided that the focus of the talks will be on commercial, not government, use of facial recognition. “So,” writes Leslies Dunlap, a specialist in Internet and technology policy, “it is time for developers of commercial facial recognition technologies and the entities using them to ‘face it’ and take action.” In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Dunlap looks into the ways privacy pros, technologists, academics, industry, government and privacy advocates can help shape the contours of this technology.
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