Police use of AI-based facial recognition – Privacy threats and opportunities !!
This article describes the issue of Police use of AI-based facial recognition technology, discusses why it poses a problem, describes the methodology of assessment, and proposes a solution The CBC reported on March 3 that the federal privacy watchdog in Canada and three of its provincial counterparts will jointly investigate police use of facial-recognition technology […]
The Necessity of Multi-Scanning
Last Friday, the WannaCry cyberattack effected more than 300,000 computers, impacting thousands of businesses, hospitals and enterprises, across 153 countries by taking advantage of outdated versions of Windows that never had updated Microsoft’s crucial security upgrades. With the increasing amounts of advance threats by attackers and the overall skyrocketing growth of malware, relying on […]
THE PRIVACY ACCORD: AN OPEN LETTER
PRIVACY INNOVATION IN CANADIAN LAW, TECHNOLOGY, AND CORPORATE CULTURE I invite you and other privacy leaders to join me in co-authoring a privacy-affirmative position paper, the Privacy Accord. This statement will propose new relationships between government, technology entrepreneurs, and corporate and business leaders to strengthen and enhance privacy in Canada and around the world. WHY […]