NBC Boston: TSA Piloting Facial Recognition at Over a Dozen Airports, Including Logan

May 16, 2023

“You also want to guarantee that people can decide not to use it and make it opt in, so that people actually decide to use if there instead of having to opt out,” Jeramie Scott with the Electronic Privacy Information Center said. “And the people who decide not to use it, make sure that they’re not impacted negatively with extremely long lines or with a wait process to get through a security checkpoint.”

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