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    Facial Recognition & GDPR: The Good, The Bad, and the Problematic

    Nov 21, 2019 2:23:42 PM / by PrivacyPerfect posted in EU, GDPR Compliance, Data Privacy, Data Protection, Compliance, Data Processing, Personal Data, Data Consent, Consent, Facial Recognition, gdpr, DPIA, gdpr 2019, DPA, Britain

    Earlier this week, France announced that it will be the first country within the EU to introduce the use of facial recognition for government services. A decision that has raised a few eyebrows in terms of people’s privacy and the connotation it may imply in regards to the GDPR. Didier Baichere, a lawmaker with French president Emmanuel Macron ́s party, insisted that the general public shouldn't be worried. But, should they? What sort of implications can facial recognition technology make and just how protected are the public’s sensitive data? Let’s take a look.

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    Back in the urban jungle - Latest data privacy happenings (3/3)

    Sep 6, 2019 10:51:17 AM / by PrivacyPerfect posted in EU, GDPR Compliance, US, Data Privacy, Data Protection, Data Breach, Personal Data, GDPR For Tech Companies, Data Consent, Cookie, Cookies, Facial Recognition, gdpr, gdpr 2019, Europe, Twitter, Netherlands, Britain, Germany, Facebook, Windows, Microsoft

    Consent banners are still flawed, dating apps discovered to expose your exact and real time location to anybody, and the UK’s ICO gives adtech an ultimatum. While you were catching up on your missed calls and emails, the privacy world was in constant movement. In this blog, we will have a look at the last two weeks of August.

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    Facial recognition and data protection: Will you collect happy points for good citizenship in 2025?

    Jul 5, 2019 2:00:00 PM / by PrivacyPerfect posted in EU, Data Protection, Personal Data, Facial Recognition

    Facial recognition is yet another exciting new technology that awaits its wider introduction in Europe. There are already various applications in the European Union, such as passport identification at airports, policing, and name tagging on social media platforms, such as Facebook. However, up until now, large scale deployment has not yet occurred. Why is that? And could it be related to the GDPR?

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