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The Cambridge handbook of facial recognition in the modern state

The Cambridge handbook of facial recognition in the modern state / edited by Rita Matulionytė, Monika Zalnieriute.
9781009321211 (ebook)
9781009321198 (hardback)
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2024.
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In situations ranging from border control to policing and welfare, governments are using automated facial recognition technology (FRT) to collect taxes, prevent crime, police cities and control immigration. FRT involves the processing of a person's facial image, usually for identification, categorisation or counting. This ambitious handbook brings together a diverse group of legal, computer, communications, and social and political science scholars to shed light on how FRT has been developed, used by public authorities, and regulated in different jurisdictions across five continents. Informed by their experiences working on FRT across the globe, chapter authors analyse the increasing deployment of FRT in public and private life. The collection argues for the passage of new laws, rules, frameworks, and approaches to prevent harms of FRT in the modern state and advances the debate on scrutiny of power and accountability of public authorities which use FRT. This book is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.
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Facial recognition technology : key issues and emerging concerns Neil / Selwyn, Mark Andrejevic, Chris O'Neil, Xin Gu, Gavin Smith
FRT 101 : technical insights / Ali Akbari
FRT in 'Bloom' : beyond single origin narratives / Simon Michael Taylor
Transparency of facial recognition technology and trade secrets / Rita Matulionyte
Privacy's loose grip on facial recognition : law and the operational image / Jake Goldenfein
Facial recognition technology and potential for bias and discrimination / Marcus Smith and Monique Mann
Power and protest : FRT and public space surveillance / Monika Zalnieriute
Faces of war : Russia's invasion of Ukraine and military use of FRT / Agne Limante
Government use of FRT under European law / Simone Kuhlmann
European biometric surveillance, concrete rules, and uniform enforcement : beyond regulatory abstraction and local enforcement / Paul De Hert and Georgios Bouchagiar
Lawfulness and police use of facial recognition in the UK : Article 8 ECHR and bridges v South Wales police / Nora Ni Loideain
Does big brother exist? face recognition technology in the United Kingdom / Giulia Gentile
Facial recognition technologies in the public sector : observations from Germany / Andreas Engel
Central-Eastern Europe perspective to FRT regulation : a case study of Lithuania / Eglė Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė
An overview of facial recognition technology regulation in the United States / Mailyn Fidler and Justin (Gus) Hurwitz
Regulating facial recognition in Brazil : legal and policy perspectives / Luca Belli, Walter Britto Gaspar, Nicolo Zingales
FRT regulation in China / Jyh-An Lee and Peng Zhou
Principled regulation of Facial Recognition Technology : a view from Australia and New Zealand / Nessa Lynch and Liz Campbell
Morocco's governance of cities and borders : AI-enhanced surveillance, facial recognition, and human rights / Sylvia I. Bergh, Issam Cherrat, Francesco Colin, Katharina Natter, Ben Wagner.

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