Who can, and who can’t, use facial recognition in Portland, Oregon

In a recent edition of ID News Track, the International Biometrics + Identity Association highlighted an interesting wrinkle in Portland, Oregon’s facial recognition law. As many in the identity industry already know, Portland is one of several cities that have passed some type of ban on facial recognition. Portland’s law not only bans the cityContinue reading “Who can, and who can’t, use facial recognition in Portland, Oregon”

Is it profitable to pay attention to the California Consumer Privacy Act?

Throughout much of my working career here in California, the customers of my employers have primarily been government agencies. Perhaps I was dealing with a local police department. Perhaps I was dealing with a driver’s license agency. Or perhaps I was dealing with a welfare benefits agency. Of course there have been exceptions to thisContinue reading “Is it profitable to pay attention to the California Consumer Privacy Act?”

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