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

On the heels of this week’s news that a major tech company had scraped nearly a million images off Flickr to help train a facial-recognition tool, Senate lawmakers have introduced bipartisan legislation aimed at prohibiting commercial users of facial recognition from collecting and re-sharing such data without the…Read more...

Being able to walk around without being tracked by facial recognition could be a thing of the past

Facial recognition is already being used without us knowing and the data collected. The technology could become so prevalent that we are constantly tracked against facial databases.

Thu 21 Mar 19 from Daily Mail

Facial recognition takes off at airports. Privacy experts want it grounded - CNET

A growing Customs and Border Protection program pits convenience and security against privacy.

Thu 21 Mar 19 from CNET

With facial recognition, shoplifting may get you banned in places you've never been - CNET

There are hundreds of stores using facial recognition -- none that have any rules or standards to prevent abuse.

Wed 20 Mar 19 from CNET

Facial recognition has no checks, and that’s bad news for our privacy - CNET, Wed 20 Mar 19 from CNET

Facial recognition overkill: How deputies cracked a $12 shoplifting case - CNET

Authorities call facial recognition a valuable tool. Civil liberties groups say it's dangerous.

Mon 18 Mar 19 from CNET

Facial recognition 101: Your face is your new fingerprint - CNET

Facial recognition technology is both innovative and worrisome. Here's how it works and what you need to know.

Mon 18 Mar 19 from CNET

Senators unveil facial recognition bill to stop firms from tracking you - CNET

If passed, this would be the first federal law protecting your privacy from businesses that use facial recognition.

Fri 15 Mar 19 from CNET Cutting Edge


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