Sep 162017
 
 September 16, 2017  Business, Surveillance

Jeffrey D. Neuburger of Proskauer Rose writes:

This week’s Apple X announcement was not more than a few hours old, and the questions began to come in. Apple’s introduction of Face ID facial recognition on its new phone – although already available in some form on several Android phones – generated curiosity, concerns and creativity.  Unfortunately, the details about specifically how the recognition feature will really work are yet unknown.  All the public knows right now is that the phone’s facial “capture” function, powered by an updated camera and sensor array, will direct 30,000 infrared dots around a user’s face and create a hashed value that will presumably be matched against a user’s face during the unlocking procedure.

Read more on The National Law Review.

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