- Justifying the use of facial recognition technology in law enforcement
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- What in summary are the key issues identified by this Opinion?
- What conclusion does the ICO Opinion draw and what recommendations does it make?
- What impact is this Opinion likely to have?
- What impact has the judgment in Bridges had on law enforcement’s use of LFR? What are the claimant’s grounds for appeal?
- What do you see the future holding for the use of LFR by law enforcement?
Corporate Crime analysis: The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued the first Commissioner’s Opinion in relation to UK regulation of the processing of personal data which takes place whenever law enforcement organisations deploy live facial recognition technology (LFR) in public spaces. Julian Hayes, partner, and Andrew Watson, legal assistant at BCL Solicitors LLP, discuss the implications of the Opinion, and emphasise the importance of establishing ‘a clear and sufficient legal framework for the use of LFR in the UK’ sooner rather than later.
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