Steven Wilson writes:
The EPIC privacy tweet chat of October 16 included “the Privacy Perils of Biometric Security”. Consumers and privacy advocates are often wary of this technology, sometimes fearing a hidden agenda. To be fair, function creep and unauthorised sharing of biometric data are issues that are anticipated by standard data protection regulations and can be well managed by judicious design in line with privacy law.
However, there is a host of deeper privacy problems in biometrics that are not often aired.
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