Cloud-based facial recognition: Establishing the citizen at the center of policy and design

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2013-05
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Winter, Jenifer Sunrise
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International Communication Association
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2013
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This paper argues that data collection via cloud-based facial recognition technologies poses a grave threat to privacy, potentially hindering free speech and democratic discourse, and that related policies and systems must focus on citizens’ perceptions of appropriate use of personal data.
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facial recognition, health data, Federal Trade Commission, big data, privacy
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Winter, J. S. (2013). “Cloud-based facial recognition: Establishing the citizen at the center of policy and design.” International Communication Association Annual Conference. June 2013, London.
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