The European Data Protection Board welcomes comments on the Guidelines 05/2022 on the use of facial recognition technology in the area of law enforcement.
Such comments should be sent 27th June 2022 at the latest using the provided form.
Please note that, by submitting your comments, you acknowledge that your comments might be published on the EDPB website.
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|25 May 2022||Spain||Herta Security, S.L.||View feedback|
|15 June 2022||New Zealand||Jefferson||View feedback|
|20 June 2022||Italy||Marco Costantini||View feedback|
|22 June 2022||Sweden||Swedish Police Authority||View feedback|
|24 June 2022||Netherlands||Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) - Tilburg University||View feedback|
|24 June 2022||Italy||Gabriele Ientile||View feedback|
|27 June 2022||Germany||dacuro GmbH||View feedback|
|27 June 2022||Norway||The National Criminal Investigation Service||View feedback|
|27 June 2022||Hungary||Zsolt Bartfai||View feedback|
|27 June 2022||Netherlands||Ministry of Justice and Security and Ministry of Defence||View feedback|