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Privacy Bipartisan Facial Recognition Privacy Bill Introduced in Congress

847, the “Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act of 2019,” a bill that would ... Performing third-party testing prior to implementation to address accuracy and bias issues for online services;...

Privacy What's Next: Finding Our Privacy in the IOT + Botnets are Back + Facial Recognition v. Copyright Law

Today, we chat with Stanford’s Jennifer King about the Internet of Things and what it means for the future of our privacy. In other news, the botnets are back, and they’re going after a new target....

Privacy Privacy Fears Grow as Facial Recognition Use Continues to Expand

Best practice 1: Obtain affirmative consent if data is being captured and stored Best practice 2: Utilize non-identifying characteristics to serve relevant content without capturing information The...

Privacy Lawmakers want to make it harder to sell your facial recognition data

A pair of US senators reached across the aisle to introduce a bill designed to protect facial recognition data. Senators Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Brian Schatz (D-HI) want the Commercial Facial...

Privacy A new face recognition privacy bill would give us more control over our data

What it contains: The “Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act of 2019” would ban commercial face recognition technology users from collecting and sharing data for identifying or tracking...

Privacy Face Recognition Privacy Act aims to protect your identifying info

US Senators Roy Blunt and Brian Schatz want to protect people's facial recognition data and make it much harder to sell now that information is treated as currency. The lawmakers have introduced...

Privacy New facial recognition bill would require consent before companies could share data

A new bill introduced in the Senate today would prohibit commercial companies using facial recognition technology from sharing people’s data without their explicit consent. The bipartisan...

Privacy Privacy fears as report reveals MILLIONS of online photos are being used to train facial recognition AI without users' consent

Many facial recognition systems are being trained using millions of online photos uploaded by everyday people and, more often than not, the photos are being taken without users' consent, an NBC...

Privacy Microsoft president says WA state privacy bill could impact facial recognition technology globally

Two of the top companies developing facial recognition software are in Washington state, where a bill that would regulate the technology is working its way through the legislature. Because Amazon...