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Facial Recognition Faces Congressional Scrutiny

July 24, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Facial recognition technology is quickly becoming ubiquitous, used by Facebook, Google, law enforcement, and many other companies and organizations. Lawmakers and regulators are taking notice. “Facial recognition is a very tech-forward technology,” noted the FTC’s Mark Eichorn. “It instinctively raises alarm bells with people.”

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