Jun 252015
 June 25, 2015  Posted by  Surveillance

From PhysOrg:

A telecommunications law academic in Australia has recommended for laws to be enacted criminalising the application of face recognition technology to visual images online that enable the identity of a person or people to be ascertained without their consent.

An article published today in the International Journal of Law and Information Technologyhas looked at the absence of laws surrounding face  and has found that there are no laws which specifically address the issue of unauthorised application of  technologies to online images. With the increasing popularity of uploading photographs on , the paper calls for law and policy makers around the world to see this as a critical issue.

Read more on PhysOrg.

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