A leaked survey shows Amazon Ring assessing demand for potential new features including facial recognition and license plate scanning tools for their future product versions.
A breach at Clearview AI not only exposed its facial recognition source code but also confidential keys and credentials that would grant a disturbing level of access to the company's internal network.
Ruling by Moscow courts that video surveillance with facial recognition does not violate citizen privacy would appear to be the definitive statement that Moscow will now be the largest city outside of China to track people in nearly every inch of public space.
Facial recognition firm Clearview AI has become the victim of a data breach after a hacker “gained unauthorized access” to the company’s entire client list, exposing for the first time the details of the organizations which work with the controversial firm.
On 19 February the European Commission presented three papers setting out no less than the digital future of the EU. So what are they exactly and why are they not laws?
New proposed Washington Privacy Act will have provisions on facial recognition technology that require explicit opt-in consent for companies to collect and use biometric data.
Serious questions over facial recognition technology has motivated 40 groups headed by EPIC to draft a letter to the PCLOB recommending that federal agencies suspend the use of facial recognition surveillance systems.
Mounting controversy over law enforcement agencies’ use of new facial recognition tool developed by Clearview AI, which allegedly scraped more than 3 billion photographs of people from Internet.
NIST face recognition study found that law enforcement systems have trouble accurately identifying faces of Native American, African American, women and people at extreme ends of the age spectrum.