Facial recognition software is practically ubiquitous these days, whether you realize it or not. This week's Time To Lead series has looked at how it's been rolled out, from banks and casinos to the online world. The Globe editorial board says that the information the comes from this software should not become a commodity.
Are the legal protections in place sufficient? What are the privacy implications of facial recognition software?
Join us for online to delve further into the subject. David Fraser, a privacy lawyer and partner at McInnes Cooper in Halifax, took your questions, in a live chat hosted by editorial writer Karim Bardeesy.
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