My hypothesis – Water

  1. Privacy concerns
  2. Use of facial recognition/other methods security methods
  3. Rates of how often cyber security gets breached and information get stolen
  4. The flexibility of different kinds of security methods invite hackers to get creative and gives more options to secure personal information and data.
  5. Facial recognition is not 100% accurate and can produce false positives, leading to innocent people being accused of crimes along with technology that can lead to biometric data being stolen and misused
  6. The widespread implementation of facial recognition technology in cybersecurity poses significant threats to privacy and civil liberties, as well as the potential for bias and misuse by private companies and government agencies; therefore, limiting security could be better for the sake of communities/the people.
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