More and more companies, apps and devices are opting to use fingerprints, eye scans and voice recognition instead of an old-fashioned password.
So with everybody using different forms of biometrics, you need to know: who owns this information? How can they use it? How is it shared?
This is uncharted territory, so how can you make sure your info is protected?
Before you sign up with a company who will require you to give them your digits, your eyes, or anything else, make it a priority to ask about what privacy protections are in place. Because before you know it, you’ll have an entire dossier out there!
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