Privacy Advisor

EU—Article 29 Working Party publishes biometrics opinions

06.01.2012
On March 22 and April 27, the Article 29 Working Party published two opinions on biometrics, one relating to facial recognition in online and mobile services (Opinion on Facial Recognition) and a second on developments in biometric technology (Opinion on Biometrics). Both opinions build on the Working Party’s Working Document on Biometrics and seek to provide greater guidance to authorities, the biometrics industry and users alike.

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