Some of the more technology-savvy Democrats in the U.S. Senate are asking the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate ID.me, which confirms identity, for “fraudulent statements” that the company and its founder allegedly made about how they process identity recognition data. , collected on behalf of the Internal Revenue Service, which until recently required anyone looking for a new IRS account to provide ID.me live video selfies. From the report: In a letter to FTC chair Lynn Hahn, senators accuse ID.me CEO Blake Hall of proposing conflicting statements about how his company uses identity scan data that it collects on behalf of the federal government and many states that use authentication technology to verify unemployment insurance applicants. Lawmakers say that in public statements and blog posts ID.me often emphasizes the difference between two types of facial recognition: one to one and one to many. In approaching each other live video selfies are compared to an image, for example, on a driver’s license. Face-to-face recognition involves comparing a face with a database of other faces to find possible matches.

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