In its written comments opposing proposed Massachusetts legislation to ban statewide government use of facial recognition technology, IBIA urges that the Judiciary Committee refrain from passing the bills until there has been an opportunity to fully consider the facts about the technology and its important benefits, particularly given that the discussions on the topic tend to take place in an environment charged by sensationalism and fearmongering.
November 9, 2019
BiometricUpdate article on IBIA's comments to Massachusetts on facial recognition
October 3, 2019
An Expert's Views on Facial Recognition, Surveillance Technology, and Public Perception - an interview with John Mears, IBIA Chairman
October 4, 2019
IBIA is so pleased to introduce IBIA’s new podcast ID Now, in-depth conversations on technology, identity, and privacy with the movers and shakers in this exciting and rapidly expanding field and our episode with Congressman John Katko, a mover and shaker in Congress. Please click here to listen and subscribe.
September 10, 2019
IBIA Member NEC Article - Facial-Recognition - How Policy Can Catch Up to the Technology
Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board - Meeting On Facial Recognition and Other Biometric Technologies in Aviation Security
Principles for Biometric Data Security and Privacy - Click here!
September 24, 2019
IBIA Member AWARE releases new White Paper - Click here!
International Biometrics + Identity Association has a strong interest in an active dialogue around biometrics and identification technologies. We encourage those with an interest in the policy and technical impact of biometrics or identity management to contact us directly. We are always happy to provide perspectives which advance International Biometrics + Identity Association's core mission of enhancing security, privacy, productivity, and convenience through these technologies.