IRS Say They Are Scrapping Private Facial Recognition System To Confirm Taxpayer’s Identities

IRS Say They Are Scrapping Private Facial Recognition System To Confirm Taxpayer’s Identities

It didn’t take long for the Internal Revenue Service to cave in to public criticism and abandon facial recognition. Senator Ron Wyden has been informed that the government intends to abandon the use of face recognition for verification reasons. Wyden warned that the change would “take time,” but he saw it as proof that the Biden administration recognized that privacy and security were not “mutually incompatible” ideas. The New York Times reported that the transition would take place over several weeks in order to minimize delays to the tax filing season. Subscribe today to¬†WayneDupree.com¬†and go AD-FREE!! Let us keep you…


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