Regulation of biometrics debated

  It was attended by over 150 people from the public sector and industry with an interest in biometrics, including academics, parliamentarians, regulators, scientists and technologists. Speeches were given by Matthew Ryder QC, who is leading on the independent review, Carly Kind for the Ada Lovelace Institute, James Dipple-Johnstone for the Information Commissioner’s Office, and … Continue reading Regulation of biometrics debated