The Brussels Parliament has asked the Commission to introduce an identification ban. Blocking the databases does not prevent, in case of need, the identification of people
UDINE. The European Parliament recently took a stand against the acquisition and use of biometric data in public spaces. In fact, it approved a resolution (i.e. a policy act) in which it asked the European Commission to institute a ban on the use of identification systems based on artificial intelligence.
At the EU level, therefore, the current orientation is to tip the balance on the side of the protection of personal data and individual freedoms.