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News Posted on August 3, 2020

New York Times quotes Professor Joh in story about tool to prevent AI facial recognition

“People are feeling a sense of privacy exhaustion,” Professor Elizabeth Joh tells the New York Times in a story about new software aimed at eluding facial recognition technology. “There are too many ways that our conventional sense of privacy is being exploited in real life and online.” Read the story

Professor Joh's scholarship focuses on criminal procedure and policing, with a special emphasis on DNA evidence, undercover policing, and new surveillance technologies. She is the recipient of King Hall’s 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award.