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      Friday, January 31, 2020, 17:40
      Facial recognition sparks warning from EU privacy panel
      By Bloomberg
      Friday, January 31, 2020, 17:40 By Bloomberg

      The Bosch connected mobility Virtual Visor, which uses facial recognition to keep the sun out of the driver's eyes, is shown on opening day of the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada on Jan 7, 2020. (DAVID MCNEW / AFP)

      European Union data protection authorities sounded the alarm over the unfettered use of biometric data and controversial facial-recognition technology, urging companies and agencies to consider “less intrusive” tools.

      In guidelines published Thursday on processing personal data through video devices, a panel of regulators said there were “heightened risks” from the use of biometric data and “in particular facial recognition.”

      It is crucial that recourse to such technologies takes place with due respect to the principles of lawfulness, necessity, proportionality and data minimization as set forth in the GDPR 

      European Union data protection authorities

      “It is crucial that recourse to such technologies takes place with due respect to the principles of lawfulness, necessity, proportionality and data minimization as set forth in the GDPR,” the EU body said, referring to the bloc’s General Data Protection Regulation.

      Companies “should first of all assess the impact on fundamental rights and freedoms and consider less intrusive means to achieve their legitimate purpose of the processing.”

      Facial recognition is an emerging technology that has been heavily criticized by human-rights groups and regulators for its intrusion on privacy. The European Commission, the EU’s executive authority, is separately weighing new obligations for public authorities around the deployment of facial recognition technology and more detailed rules on the use of such systems in public spaces.

      ALSO READ: China to set up standard for facial recognition technology

      The EU’s data protection rules, in effect since May 2018, give regulators unprecedented fining powers for serious violations of people’s privacy rights.

      The Metropolitan Police in London last week announced it would deploy live facial-recognition cameras around the city, an effort that was immediately criticized by human-rights group Liberty as a “sinister step” that will push the UK into a surveillance state.

      READ MORE: Facial recognition needs firm direction

      In response, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office said it’s received assurances that the authorities are taking steps to reduce intrusion and comply with data-protection legislation. It said facial recognition is “an important new technology with potentially significant privacy implications for UK citizens.”

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