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Submission + - FTC sets facial recognition software best practices (networkworld.com)

coondoggie writes: "If facial recognition software is a big part of your company's security system you might want to take a look at a new report from the Federal Trade Commission which outlines personal privacy protection company's that use the technology should employ. The FTC report recommends for example: Users develop reasonable security protections for the information they collect, and sound methods for determining when to keep information and when to dispose of it;"
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FTC sets facial recognition software best practices

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