Still, one industry participant said Monday he remained optimistic that the NTIA process would produce a strong set of facial recognition privacy standards. Despite disagreements about the consent issues, participants have made a lot of progress, said Carl Szabo, policy counsel with NetChoice, an e-commerce trade group.
“We’re getting to a point when we can start putting pen to paper,” he said.
The final standards need to incorporate compromise from both industry and privacy groups, Szabo added. All the new privacy standards being negotiated are “actually limiting on business, in some capacity,” he said.
Posted 06/16/2015 | Media Hits