Archive for the ‘body as information’ Category

17 Jul 2017

Privacy Tech-Know Blog: Can We Still Be ‘Just Another Face In The Crowd’?


Facial recognition technologies can quickly identify who you are by automatically analyzing your facial features. The characteristics of your face (your biometric information) may be collected when you apply for an identity document like a passport, when you get your photo taken for an employee badge, or when you upload photos online to social media websites.

Given how many opportunities there are to record our faces, it is time to ask: can we remain anonymous in a crowd?

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