Risks and Harms of Facial Recognition in Argentina
Imagine a world without privacy, where the government possessed a virtually unlimited ability to track its citizens’ movements, and the ability to walk down the street incognito was a quaint relic of the past. This panel, which is co-presented by the UCLA Institute for Technology, Law & Policy and the Asociación por los Derechos Civiles, discusses Argentina’s expansive rollout of facial recognition technologies, and the need for public debate on their social and democratic harms.
- Vladimir Cortes, Digital Rights Program Officer, Article 19 (Mexico and Central America)
- Verónica Arroyo, Policy Analyst for Latin America, Access Now
- Alejandro Segarra, Director of Strategic Litigation, ADC
- Lucía Chibán Zamar, UCLA Institute for Technology Law & Policy
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