[Air-L] Lit on ethics & privacy issues of facial recognition and other biometrics?
Steven.Lovaas at ColoState.EDU
Fri Apr 7 07:46:34 PDT 2017
Not so sure I'd be bold enough to claim 'seminal' status, but if you can get your hands on this chapter, it gives what we thought was a pretty good overview of biometric authentication at the time, including privacy issues:
Lease, D. R., Guess, R., Lovaas, S., & Salveggio, E. (2014). Biometric Authentication. In S. Bosworth, M. E. Kabay, & E. Whyne (Eds.), Computer Security Handbook (6th ed.) (pp. 29.1-29.26). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Information Security Officer
Colorado State University
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Subject: [Air-L] Lit on ethics & privacy issues of facial recognition and other biometrics?
Working on a pilot study that trials facial recognition technology to identify individuals in group settings. Any seminal or "must reads" on ethics and privacy issues of facial recognition and other biometrics?
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