CNIL sets its limits

Automatically counting people in a public place, analyzing their characteristics (gender, age group, clothing), identifying suspicious behavior … “Enhanced” or “smart” cameras make it possible, thanks to their automated photo-processing software, to photograph individuals as they are analyzed in a way A mechanism for inferring certain information. It differs from the biometric cameras that allow facial recognition on which Cnil has already given many opinions.

Smart camera hardware that is “inherently intrusive” can find legitimacy in certain cases. In the public sector, there are many possible use cases: automated detection of situations which makes it possible to assume …

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