Facebook's Face Scanning Violates Privacy Pact, FTC Told

By Allison Grande (April 6, 2018, 9:40 PM EDT) -- A coalition of consumer privacy organizations is urging the Federal Trade Commission to probe Facebook's use of facial recognition technology to scan photos to find potential biometric matches, arguing that the technique threatens users' privacy and runs afoul of a 2011 consent order that requires the site to be up front with users about such practices. ...

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