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From the Blog on biometrics
Collecting personally identifiable information including biometrics requires plans to delete it all before it gets into the hands of bad actors. It’s time to act.
Data is people. Our collection of data is political. Our politics might be different, but it is no less political. When will we learn?
Is the natural destination of using biometrics that we no longer use people’s names? Perhaps we need to consider what it means to be seen, to be human.
Recently, I cut one of my fingers fairly significantly. As it heals my fingerprint changes. Because of this, my phone and laptop no longer unlocks.
The challenge of the long tail of data and technology is often caused by speculation and scope creep – these sit within the circles of complexity and power.
What if after selecting and enrolling aid recipients, we would delete the registration database while only keeping the biometric database.
id fraud not the true end goal of biometrics?
Peanut butter allergies tend to result in local solutions. Biometrics is extremely individual and personal. But also extremely impersonal