Thousands of people daily are feeling forced to decide whether to travel or safeguard the privacy of their faces.
A 2019 study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology tested photos of over 8 million people and found that Asian and African American people were up to 100 times more likely to be misidentified than White men by facial
What will happen if my face data is stolen or someone else breaks into my account? In 2019, the Department of Homeland Security’s photos of travelers, which are
used in the agency’s facial recognition program, were stolen in a data breach.
While TSA claims that facial identification scans are not mandatory, it is unclear how travelers will know that
they can “opt-out,” and what the consequences for travelers are if they choose to opt-out.
If you are aware of algorithmic/AI harms, biases, or triumphs please fill out this form. We are committed to holding companies and institutions accountable, and safeguarding the public from AI harms.
If you are considering self-harm or suicide, please leave this site and dial 988 immediately.
If you believe you’ve been harmed by Artificial Intelligence, please fill out the form. We will get back to you within 48 hours on weekdays and 72 over the weekend.
If you are seeking legal advice or representation, consider reaching out to an ACLU office in your respective state.