Facial-recognition technology: fundamental rights considerations in the context of law enforcement

This paper from the European Union Agency For Fundamental Rights explores fundamental rights implications that should be taken into account when developing, deploying, using and regulating facial-recognition technologies. It draws on recent analyses and data and evidence from interviews conducted with experts and representatives of national authorities that are testing facial-recognition technologies. The last sections provide a brief legal analysis summarizing applicable European Union and Council of Europe law.


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