Tag: facial recognition technology

News and Press

Texas sues Meta for using its facial recognition technology without Texans’ consent

February 15, 2022

Via: Phone Arena

Meta once again needs to defend itself in a lawsuit. The state of Texas, represented by Attorney General Paxton, sues Meta for using its facial recognition technology, which is now shut down, to collect and use for profit the biometric […]

News and Press

US Court rules users can sue Facebook over facial recognition technology

August 9, 2019

Via: ZDnet

Facebook has lost its appeal that its facial recognition technology did not invade the privacy of its users located in Illinois, United States, leaving the company vulnerable to a class action moving forward. The US Court of Appeals for the […]

Android Phone, iPhone, Products

In-display fingerprint sensors are about to become ubiquitous, but will they also get better?

April 23, 2019

Via: Phone Arena

While Apple’s decision to do away with the beloved Touch ID fingerprint sensor and rely entirely on facial recognition technology for 2017’s iPhone X caused quite a bit of initial controversy, “iFans” quickly warmed up to the change, wholeheartedly embracing […]

App security, Applications

Facebook’s face recognition tech will alert you when someone impersonates you

December 20, 2017

Via: Boy Genius

Facebook on Tuesday unveiled a brand new feature that may improve your entire Facebook experience. Or make it even creepier. It all depends on how you feel about facial recognition technology. You’ll say facial recognition on Facebook isn’t new, and […]