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Government 'would benefit' by setting facial recognition codes in law

As the Surveillance Camera Commissioner steps down from his role he says 'there is enough out there' to inform policies to ensure facial recognition can be used lawfully and be a force for good.

Tony Porter, now Chief Privacy officer for Corsight AI

Tony Porter, now Chief Privacy officer for Corsight AI

Date - 13th January 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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Tony Porter who was Surveillance Camera Commissioner for six years has now left his post and gone to the private sector as Chief Privacy Officer for facial recognition company Corsight AI. Mr Porter was appointed SCC by the Home Secretary in March...
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