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Facial recognition and other forms of biometric technology have the ability to identify people more quickly and more reliably. The applications for facial recognition are already spreading, with common personal devices like smartphones and laptops having facial recognition built in. The promise of more convenience and higher security is nice, but before we get too excited about facial recognition being baked into every device on the market, we need to seriously consider the ethical dilemmas. Some states have moved to enact legislation designed to protect consumer biometric policy.