Eric Packel Writes about Challenges of Facial Mapping, Biometrics in Cybersecurity

Partner Eric Packel’s blog post for BakerHostetler’s “Data Privacy Monitor” was reprinted by on Nov. 16, 2017. The article, “Does Face ID Technology Raise Privacy Concerns?” discusses several security and privacy issues surrounding facial mapping technology as a method of user authentication.


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Podcast: Everything You Need to Know About NFTs in 10 Minutes or Less
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Welcome to the Digital Transformation and Data Economy Newsletter – July 2021 Issue
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By Daniel A. Pepper
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By Jerel Pacis Agatep
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