This article from Malwarebytes Labs looks at facial-recognition technology and weighs the ethics and legality of the technology from a privacy perspective. The article gives a brief history of facial-recognition technology and looks at how it is being implemented across the globe.
Facial-recognition technology: force for good or privacy threat?
Tags: Ethics, Personal Privacy, Privacy Opinion
CIPM, CIPP/A, CIPP/C, CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, CIPT
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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...
Privacy Principles for Facial-Recognition Technology in Commercial Applications
This report, published by the Future of Privacy Forum, outlines seven principles providing key protections that serve as part of the framework for collecting and ensuing use of facial-recognition data in commercial applications: Consent, Use-Respect for Context, Transparency, Data Security, Privacy ...
Understanding Facial Detection, Characterization and Recognition Technologies
This infographic, published by the Future of Privacy Forum, provides information to help understand facial-detection and biometric-recognition technology that is increasingly being used in commercially available consumer applications. Click To View (PDF) ...
Biometric recognition and authentication systems
This guidance from the National Cyber Security Centre in the U.K. helps readers understand the security profiles of biometric recognition technologies and how to build secure authentication systems that incorporate biometric technologies. Click To View ...