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  • First state law requiring warrants for use of facial recognition technology.
    Publisher: Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal

    First state law requiring warrants for use of facial recognition technology.

    Washington Enacts First-in-Nation State Law Regulating Governmental Use of Facial Recognition Technology. Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal, 32(7), 21–23.“An agency must obtain a warrant before using facial recognition for ongoin...
    Washington Enacts First-in-Nation State Law Regulating Governmental Use of Facial Recognition Technology. Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal, 32(7), 21–23.“An agency must obtain a warrant before using facial recognition for ongoin...

    Tags: state

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  • Facial recognition related to commercial uses.
    Publisher: GAO Reports

    Facial recognition related to commercial uses.

    FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY: Privacy and Accuracy Issues Related to Commercial Uses. GAO Reports, 1–59.“As we reported in 2015, the United States does not have a comprehensive privacy law governing the collection, use, and sale of personal info...
    FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY: Privacy and Accuracy Issues Related to Commercial Uses. GAO Reports, 1–59.“As we reported in 2015, the United States does not have a comprehensive privacy law governing the collection, use, and sale of personal info...

    Tags: commercial

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  • Publisher: Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program

    The Implications of FR in schools.

    “Using FR technology in schools is likely to amplify, institutionalize, and potentially weaponize existing racial biases, resulting in disproportionate surveillance and humiliation of marginalized students.”
    “Using FR technology in schools is likely to amplify, institutionalize, and potentially weaponize existing racial biases, resulting in disproportionate surveillance and humiliation of marginalized students.”

    Tags: education

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  • Everalbum retains photos indefinitely.
    Publisher: No Publisher

    Everalbum retains photos indefinitely.

    California Company Settles FTC Allegations It Deceived Consumers about use of Facial Recognition in Photo Storage App. (2021, January 11). Retrieved January 25, 2021, from https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2021/01/california-company-sett...
    California Company Settles FTC Allegations It Deceived Consumers about use of Facial Recognition in Photo Storage App. (2021, January 11). Retrieved January 25, 2021, from https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2021/01/california-company-sett...

    Tags: commercial

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  • Publisher: EBSCOhost: Visual Cognition

    Hair Plays a Role

    “Do I Know You?” Altering hairstyle affects facial recognition.” (EBSCOhost: Visual Cognition, 2018): 149-155“Our results indicate that hairstyle plays an important role in recognizing unfamiliar faces after a single exposure with shallow pro...
    “Do I Know You?” Altering hairstyle affects facial recognition.” (EBSCOhost: Visual Cognition, 2018): 149-155“Our results indicate that hairstyle plays an important role in recognizing unfamiliar faces after a single exposure with shallow pro...

    Tags: fails

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