Facial Recognition

Fears of potential abuses of a technology should not result in calls to ban but instead should result in reasonable rules to avoid misuse.

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Americans Want Facial Recognition Use By Law Enforcement Improved, But Not Banned
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Why SIA Opposes Massachusetts’ Far-Reaching Facial Recognition Technology Prohibition Bill
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SIA Advocates for Facial Recognition in Letter to US Lawmakers
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Group defends face recognition use in Massachusetts
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California bans facial recognition on police body cameras as Massachusetts urged not to follow
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Europe’s Margrethe Vestager in the hot seat
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Industry Group Launches Defense of Facial Recognition Technology
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Resource
NetChoice Launches Campaign to Protect Law Enforcement’s Use of Facial Recognition Technology to Promote Public Safety
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Testimony
Open Coalition Letter on Use of Facial Recognition by Law Enforcement
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Tech trade groups rally against congressional calls to ban facial recognition technology
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Congress Tackles Facial Recognition
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Biometric Update – New York City Councillor to Propose Facial Recognition Disclosure Rules for Businesses
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Stock Sector – NYC Councilman Aims to Regulate Use of Face-Screening Technology
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Buzzfeed – Thousands Of Stores Will Soon Use Facial Recognition, And They Won’t Need Your Consent
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Blog
On Surveillance, DOJ Needs to Know When to Fold ‘Em
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Resource
Privacy Best Practices Recommendations for Commercial Use of Facial Recognition
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Blog
Facing transparency head-on
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