This article, published by the American Bar Association, discusses trends in state regulation of facial recognition technology within the context of broader conceptions of a right to privacy.
Facial recognition: A trend in state regulation
Tags: Personal Privacy, Privacy Law
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Web Conference: How to Deal with Facial Recognition and Make it Compliant?
Original broadcast date: 29 June 2021 Facial recognition is at the forefront of media. This is because governments are increasingly using it for surveillance and enforcement purposes, and because of Clearview’s leaked customer list. It showed us thousands of businesses are using its facial recogni...
Web Conference: More than Face Value: Facial Recognition Technology & Privacy
Original broadcast date: 15 June 2021 With the increasing adoption and deployment of biometric technology by private sector and government, the privacy implications of facial recognition technology have come squarely into the public eye. A number of sobering media reports and high-profile cases ha...
CNIL – Facial Recognition: For a debate living up to the challenges
This report from France's data protection authority, the CNIL, presents the technical, legal and ethical aspects behind facial-recognition issues and offers its contribution to the debate. Click To View (PDF) ...
Best Practices for Companies That Use Facial Recognition Technologies
Drawing on the core principles of its report Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change, the FTC released this staff report to help companies using facial recognition technologies protect consumers’ privacy as they use the technologies to create innovative new commercial products and serv...