Alvaro Bedoya

Georgetown Law School

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Alvaro Bedoya is Executive Director of the Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law School. He's a former chief counsel to Senator Al Franken and the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy.

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When police need participants in lineups to help victims of crime identify suspects, they have to ask permission. Not anymore.

Police facial recognition databases may include you

When police need participants in lineups to help victims of crime identify suspects, they have to ask permission. Not anymore.

from To the Point

When police need participants in lineups to help victims of crime identify suspects, they have to ask permission. Not any more.

Police facial recognition databases may include you

When police need participants in lineups to help victims of crime identify suspects, they have to ask permission. Not any more.

from To the Point

The features that make up your face are unique to you, just like your fingerprints. Think of it as your "faceprint."

Facial Recognition and Loss of Anonymity

The features that make up your face are unique to you, just like your fingerprints. Think of it as your "faceprint."

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