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The use of facial recognition technology (FRT) is now common at airports, in smart home devices, and in connection with police body cameras. While FRT might be an effective law enforcement tool, FRT has been called into question by studies showing it to be inaccurate and biased. FRT has also raised privacy concerns and has led some state and local governments to ban its use. Moreover, Congress is considering legislation to limit the use of FRT.
Please join Gail Gottehrer of the Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC and Ronald J. Hedges of Dentons US LLP as they address:
- Privacy and cybersecurity issues arising out of FRT use
- Potential bias and inaccuracies of FRT
- Data privacy and cybersecurity laws that might apply to FRT use, including the GDPR, the CCPA, and the NY SHIELD Act
- Discovery and admissibility of FRT in litigation