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The troubling privacy implications of increasingly common eye tracking technology

by Madison Ruppert, End The Lie:

With eye tracking technology becoming increasingly common in everything from phones to computers, some individuals and groups have raised troubling concerns about the privacy implications involved.

While this technology can be used in applications related to advertising, it most troublingly can be used by law enforcement and intelligence agencies as is the case with the Department of Homeland Security’s “Future Attribute Screening Technology.”

It can also be used by computer systems to detect when people are lying much more accurately than humans can, according to research.

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