Sen Al Franken wants Apple to answer Face ID privacy concerns

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Sen Al Franken wants Apple to answer Face ID privacy concerns
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"Franken also asked if the camera associated with Face Id will always be on, and how Apple will deal with law enforcement requests for Face Id data." writes cnet.com. While promoting Face Id, Apple Marketing Chief Phil Schiller said the company used more than 1 billion pictures to train its facial recognition algorithm.Face Id has an uphill climb when it comes to gaining public confidence, thanks to past issues with facial recognition on other devices.In 2013, he wrote a similar letter to Cook after Apple announced Touch ID, a fingerprint scanner, for its iPhones.Franken raised concerns about whether the tech giant could protect people's privacy with millions of faces being scanned.

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