Best Infosec-Related Long (and Longish) Reads of the Week, 3/18/23
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Here Are the Stadiums That Are Keeping Track of Your Face
Georgia Gee in Slate reveals how facial recognition technology in sports stadiums goes far beyond Madison Square Garden, infamous for removing an attorney from a Knicks game in December after getting flagged by facial recognition software, documenting twenty other venues that use the technology on their attendees.
Facial recognition technology is in high demand by sports teams. A 2021 study of 40 venue directors representing teams from Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer, the National Basketball Association, the National Fo…
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