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New guidance on live facial recognition use by British police sparks debate

The College of Policing has published guidance on the overt use of live facial recognition to find people of interest…

 

Businesses feel biometric data bonanza slipping through their fingers

U.S. businesses, their associations and their attorneys are coming out in the open to challenge biometric privacy laws and regulations….

 

New state privacy laws will force companies to rethink data collection practices

By Michael Young and Nick Schmidt of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP New state privacy laws in California, Virginia, and…

 

Italian privacy authority fines Clearview AI €20M, orders biometrics deletion

The Italian privacy guarantor (Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, or GPDP) has fined Clearview AI  €20,000,000 (US$22 million)…

 

German court escalates ID card fingerprints requirement to European Court of Justice

A local court in Germany has referred a case involving legal action against the obligation to store fingerprint biometrics on…

 

Tender launched for European digital identity wallet pilots

The European Commission announced the impending launch of at least four large-scale pilots to test the deployment of the European…

 

Suprema attains data security, privacy certificates for access control platforms

South Korea-based Suprema has unveiled its newest security and safety certificates for its biometrics and other access control technologies, including compliance…

 

Pimloc CEO on meeting the highest privacy denominator and adding biometrics features

Multiple factors will increase demand for AI and software that can both obscure biometrics and personal information in video surveillance…

 

Will AI regs take a decade to write in EU? History says maybe so

If the speed at which Europe’s General Data Protections Regulation evolved from interesting idea to iconic privacy regime is an…

 

Irish municipality fined for GDPR non-compliant cameras, Finland devises centralized system

Data protection agencies in Europe are finding fault with surveillance projects and networks that violate national and GDPR regulations, but…

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