Not your life, mostly other lives… https://t.co/o1Zbnm94oH
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) January 30, 2019
Illinois Supreme Court Protects Biometric Privacy.. when companies collect biometric data.. without informed opt-in consent, they can be sued. Users don't need to prove an injury.. just losing control of one’s biometric privacy is enough. #privacy #GDPR https://t.co/S4FSQ2uXjq
— 𝚌𝚊𝚛𝚕𝚘𝚜 (@carlos00110001) January 27, 2019
Another good one from @hackylawyER: “Once digitized, data about us…becomes “money-like” and takes on a transferable or transactional quality.…legal frameworks fall short because they fail to address the underlying convergence of money and speech as data” https://t.co/0FNhhkfwmA
— Christopher Allen (@ChristopherA) January 10, 2019
Privacy by design, anonymity by default must become the standard for facial recognition & citizen identification in public spaces. We wear clothes in public as proof of our intention & need for privacy. Must we all now wear balaclavas and hajibs to be free in a connected society?
— Dele Atanda (@arkagent) January 8, 2019