Carl Szabo

NetChoice

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Policy counsel for NetChoice, a trade association representing eCommerce businesses including Facebook, AOL, Yahoo!, Google, and Lyft; adjunct professor of privacy law at the George Mason University School of Law

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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."

from To the Point

Facebook and Google aren’t the only companies using Face Recognition technology. It’s a tool of law enforcement, commercial enterprises—and even churches.

Facial Recognition and Loss of Anonymity

Facebook and Google aren’t the only companies using Face Recognition technology. It’s a tool of law enforcement, commercial enterprises—and even churches.

from To the Point

Edward Snowden's revelations about Internet spying by the National Security Agency put pressure on the Obama White House.

Profits, Privacy and Your Personal Data

Edward Snowden's revelations about Internet spying by the National Security Agency put pressure on the Obama White House.

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