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Editors: Meena N. Harnois
Book Description:
Having overcome the high costs and poor accuracy that once stunted its growth, one form of biometric technology - facial recognition - is quickly moving out of the realm of science fiction and into the commercial marketplace. Today, companies are deploying facial recognition technologies in a wide array of contexts, reflecting a spectrum of increasing technological sophistication. This book discusses recent and possible future advances in the use of facial recognition technologies; ways consumers can benefit from these uses; and the privacy and security concerns raised while promoting innovation. (Imprint: Nova)

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Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-viii

Facing Facts: Best Practices for Common Uses of Facial Recognition Technologies
(Federal Trade Commission)pp. 1-28

Statement of Senator Al Franken, Chairman, Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 29-34

Testimony of Jennifer Lynch, Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 35-66

Statement of Nita A. Farahany, Professor of Law, Duke Law School. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 67-78

Testimony of Alessandro Acquisti, Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 79-92

Statement of Brian Martin, Director of Biometric Research, MorphoTrust USA. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 93-100

Testimony of Robert Sherman, Manager of Privacy and Public Policy, Facebook. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 101-108

Testimony of Maneesha Mithal, Associate Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 109-118

Statement of Jerome M. Pender, Deputy Assistant Director, Criminal Justice Information Services Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 119-124

Testimony of Sheriff Larry Amerson, President, National Sheriffs' Association. Hearing on "What Facial Recognition Technology Means For Privacy and Civil Liberties" pp. 125-128

Index pp. 129-136

   Series:
      Computer Science, Technology and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- February
   Pages: 144, 6x9 - (NBC-G)
   ISBN: 978-1-62417-572-5
   Status: AV
  
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