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What if someone uses my face recognition? How does face recognition turn off?

What if someone uses my face recognition? How does face recognition turn off?

Face recognition technology security risks

In the past few years, recognition technology has developed from password recognition and chip recognition to biometrics such as fingerprint recognition, voice recognition and face recognition. However, the rapid application of biometric identification technology not only brings convenience and efficiency to people, but also brings a series of security risks and infringement of civil rights. Last year, "ZAO", a face-changing software, caused huge controversy, and Hangzhou became the first city in China to Sue facial recognition technology for infringement of personal rights. How to regulate biometrics has also become a hot topic among delegates at this year's Two sessions in Shanghai.
"At present, developed countries in Europe and the United States are very cautious in the use of face recognition technology, but in China, the size of the face recognition industry has reached 13 billion yuan by 2018 and the average annual growth rate is more than 30 percent. Facial recognition technology is everywhere, and the collection of personal facial recognition information is out of control like a 'broken kite', leading to widespread concerns about their safety." Qin Na, deputy to the Municipal People's Congress, suggested that in order to avoid the rapid application of face recognition technology in the process of possible widespread infringement, should be introduced as soon as possible face recognition technology and its application guidance.

Improvements in face recognition technology

"Shanghai, which leads the country in face recognition applications, needs more guidance on the use of face recognition technology by commercial organizations. For example, make clear the subject qualification of face recognition information collection, and make clear the qualification conditions, procedures and steps for commercial organizations to collect face recognition information, the use and follow-up management after collection, etc." Sodium qin said, the first to use facial recognition technology to urge the commercial organizations to strengthen self checking rectification, in accordance with the rules in accordance with the use of personal information collection, safeguard the public personal knowledge and the option of face recognition information collection, use and preservation of participation of face recognition information and supervision, and protecting the security of information, to avoid improper use. Secondly, the industry supervision of face recognition technology application should be strengthened. In the current lack of clear and detailed legal norms, it is urgent to carry out a safety assessment of its value and role, and take effective measures to actively prevent possible risks and hidden dangers. It is recommended to enable multiple authentication when important personal information such as personal privacy and property is involved. Finally, we should strengthen market supervision to prevent vicious competition.

The double-edged sword of face recognition technology

Personal biometric information such as facial recognition, fingerprints, iris etc., is characterized by its "unalterability" compared with previous personal information such as passwords. Once stolen, individuals are difficult to change, and the potential social harm is greater. "In the current situation of widespread application of big data technology, relevant enterprises and institutions often have random access to such personal biometric information, and often have the potential danger of violating relevant regulations." Procuratorial organs can bring the protection of personal biological information into the scope of public interest litigation, regulate and remind enterprises and other subjects, and arouse attention in the social level.


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