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The US Senate is asking questions about Apple's new facial recognition feature on the iPhone X (AAPL)

Business Insider Thursday, 14 September 2017
The US Senate is asking questions about Apple's new facial recognition feature on the iPhone X (AAPL)Apple's new iPhone X doesn't have a fingerprint sensor. Instead it uses a new kind of facial recognition technology Apple calls Face ID to unlock the phone. 

Now, U.S. Senator Al Franken wants some additional answers about how Face ID works. The Minnesota Democrat is primarily concerned about the privacy implications of...
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News video: Senator Al Franken Is Asking Questions About Apple's New Facial Recognition Feature

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Apple's new iPhone X doesn't have a fingerprint sensor. Instead it uses a new kind of facial recognition technology Apple calls Face ID to unlock the phone. Now, U.S. Senator Al Franken wants some additional answers about how Face ID works. The Minnesota Democrat is primarily concerned about the...

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