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19/09/2019

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Really interesting analysis - thank you!

I was mulling this over. In my view the "reasonably likely" activity for biometric analysis that could lead to identification is the temporary storage of a facial image from which a biometric signature is obtained.

Is it reasonably likely that this could be exposed to identify someone - this would depend on the extent to which security measures were in place to prevent any access to that image - the almost immediate deletion makes it unlikely that this could be achieved.

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