Biometrics & Surveillance Camera Commissioner calls for ethical use

16/03/2022 | Biometric Update

The UK Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Fraser Sampson, has said biometric surveillance raises ethical questions, which extend beyond data protection laws. Mr Sampson speaking at the National Police Chiefs’ Council CCTV Conference, said that ethical considerations need to be taken into account for surveillance to be “legitimate and accountable, and not just legal.”

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CCTV, surveillance, facial recognition

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