Oct 072015
 October 7, 2015  Posted by  Misc

Justin Lee reports:

The Biometrics Institute has released its new privacy guidelines to its members to provide guidance on best-practice for biometrics and privacy.

The non-profit organization first developed the guidelines back in November 2011 and regularly reviews the document to keep it relevant and up-to-date.


The guidelines contain 16 principles addressing a range of critical issues, including proportionality, informed consent, protection of biometric data collected, purpose, retention and the importance of Privacy Impact Assessments.

Read more on Biometric Update.

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