Smart devices can now read your mood and mind: New concerns about technology and consent

While waiting to board a plane on a recent trip out of town, an airline staff member asked me to momentarily take off my face mask to allow the facial recognition technology to check me in to expedite my boarding process. I was taken aback by the bluntness of the request—I did not want to take my mask off in such a crowded space and I had not given permission to have my face scanned.

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