The Technology Of Apple Inc. | Face ID, Advanced Technologies That Create Doubt

Technology company Apple Inc. to introduce their newest feature, Face the future, ID embedded in the iPhone X. This feature replaces the fingerprint scanner or Touch the claimed ID more secure. At least it was disclosed the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, by September 2017.

The true face of the scanner features in smartphones (smartphones) this is not a new thing.

The way it works is the smartphone will scan your face and use that as a keyword, by relying on the unique point of 30 thousand it recognizes.

In fact, Microsoft is using facial recognition as the password on Windows devices 10.

However, instead of Apple's name if they cannot be repackaged with a better capability.

Instead of the safe, quite the sophistication claimed features Face ID this raises concern for the security of its users because of the assessed risk.

But, again in the morning, Cook claimed that users face data will only be saved locally on the iPhone X and is not compiled into the server of the company.

Journalist Slate, April Glaser, exemplifying the Facebook technology uses Face ID, and now, start touching emotional domain users.

Quoting the website of CNBC, Monday, October 30, 2017, Glaser reveals that the social networking giant that has a database of the world's largest users face.

According to him, there are about 350 million photos uploaded to Facebook's servers every day. Based on the data as per June 2017, Facebook reports that they have 2 billion active users.

"Now that Facebook is using technology to detect anyone who is in your photos. I saw that database can be used to ' other ways ' in the future, "said Glaser.

Not wrong he says so. Because at this time the company owned the Mark Zuckerberg is working on technology that could feel the emotions of a person based on the user's face on Facebook.

"In the next few years, I envision a scenario that they (Facebook) know your emotions or the images you just uploaded. They know all your daily activities to privacy matters. It's all just from the radar of Facebook, "he explained.

The United States is the one country that professes to worry will Face this ID technology.

Security Status

According to CNet, a democratic party Senator, Al Franken of Minnesota, the origin asks the security status of such technology. He is Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on privacy, technology and the law. Franken asks whether cameras are associated with the Face ID will always be active, and how Apple will meet the demand for law enforcement to Face ID data.

This is an important question because the biometric data is not protected by the Fifth Amendment (Fifth Amendment).

In addition, there is a connection to a criminal case last year when the U.S. Legal Department trying to prosecute these cases of shooting in San Bernardino, California.

At that time, the U.S. Department of Justice asked Apple to open data access on iPhone devices 5 c belongs to the perpetrator of the shooting.

However, Apple insisted reluctant give access the foolishness and the company strongly maintain user privacy, forcing the FEDS to buy the tool separate from third parties.

Source: viva.co.id