Face-blurring technology raises privacy questions

日期:2019-03-02 09:14:01 作者:商睃赔 阅读:

By Paul Marks SHOULD we modify our conception of privacy thanks to the seemingly unstoppable spread of CCTV surveillance networks? Jack Brassil thinks so. He’s a computer scientist at Hewlett-Packard’s laboratory in Princeton, New Jersey, who is testing a technology called Cloak that aims to limit the extent of privacy invasions. “Rather than prohibit surveillance, our system seeks to discourage surveillers distributing video without the authorisation of the surveilled,” he says. Cloak has two key requirements. First, CCTV users, such as municipal councils and businesses,