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Facial Recognition by the Government: Privacy and Civil Liberties Issues

Facial Recognition by the Government: Privacy and Civil Liberties Issues

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Facial Recognition by the Government:Privacy and Civil Liberties Issues
Professor Peter SwireOhio State University & Future of Privacy ForumFBI Biometric Center of ExcellenceMarch 14, 2012
 
Two Perspectives on U.S. GovernmentUse of Facial Recognition
It’s Public.
 
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People are walking down the street
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Police have always watched people in public
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It’s good to use modern information tools to do this more
efficiently
 
Second Perspective
It’s something new and different.
 
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The government getting real time locationinformation of citizens off of cameras?
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Part of my permanent record?
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What if I am with someone “suspicious”?
 
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1972 Democratic Convention
Levi Guidelines, Privacy Act, FISA
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NYC and mosques in press recently

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