Facial Recognition Technology
Facial Recognition Researcher Left a Trans Database Exposed for Years After Using Images Without Permission
Researchers at the University of North Carolina Wilmington scraped videos of trans people from YouTube without permission to create a dataset aimed at stopping hypothetical terrorists.
For the most part, customers are having their biometric data captured without their knowledge or consent.
A UK labor union is taking Uber to court after one of its members was fired for failing two of Uber’s facial recognition checks.
It demonstrates the democratization of facial recognition, but comes littered with ethical issues.
Varanasi in India is installing 3,000 CCTV cameras with automated facial recognition tech at the city’s crossings.
Campaigners in the UK are calling for the technology to be banned, after a court said police in Wales breached privacy, equality and data laws while trialling the cameras.
Local government officials say this will help reduce crime, but who’s protecting people’s privacy?
We used the California Consumer Privacy Act to see what information the controversial facial recognition company has collected on me.
Yvette Clarke, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley plan to propose a federal law banning the technology this week, citing concerns over privacy and bias.
The technology hub is now the first US city to have issued a moratorium on the invasive spy technology.
‘They Would Go Absolutely Nuts’: How a Mark Cuban-Backed Facial Recognition Firm Tried to Work With Cops
Suspect Technologies tried to convince police to hand over a database of driver license photos, and pitched a product that would scan for people of a certain ethnicity.
Forgot your train ticket again? Your face has you covered.