After Apple announced facial recognition system on iPhone X a senator has written a letter to CEO about the privacy and security of the users.

According to a report in on Thursday Senator Al Franken from Minnesota has asked several question related to Apple’s implementation of Face ID technology.


“ While details on the device and its reliance on facial recognition technology are still emerging, I am encouraged by the steps that Apple states it has taken to implement the system responsibly, “ Franken wrote.


However, Substantial questions remain about how Face ID will impact iPhone users’ privacy ad security, and whether the technology will perform equally well on different groups of people,: the letter further read.


According to Apple, Face ID in more secure than Touch ID fingerprint technology.

There in a one in a million chance someone else’s face will fool Face ID.

Franken, who is the member of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy,

Technology and the Law, asked Tim Cook to provide more clarity on the Face ID system.


“ To offer clarity to the millions of Americans who use your products, I ask that you provide more information on how the company has processed these issues internally, as well as any additional steps that it intends to take to protect its users, “ the Senator Wrote.

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