Sweden issues first fine under GDPR for the use of facial recognition technology in a school

Previously on this blog, we discussed the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) investigation into the planned rollout of facial recognition software for a large site around King’s Cross in London. This investigation has renewed scrutiny of the technology among data protection observers, particularly in its relation to privacy rights. Facial recognition technology for use in…
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Countdown to Brexit… 69 days to go

The new Parliamentary session starts on 3rd September. Inevitably the session will be, once again, dominated by Brexit. With so little time between the start of the session and the Brexit deadline of Hallowe’en (31st October) there will be little Parliamentary time given over to any issues other than the terms of the UK’s exit…
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