Despite an effort from civil right groups and the pro privacy sentiment in the media, the use of face recognition technology is expanding far beyond governmental applications. Catching the Bad Guys isn’t Bad The use of face recognition applications has been historically associated with law enforcement agencies such as police, airports and border control. Being able to identify suspects without the need to first interact with them, creates unique and powerful defense weapon. Arresting the criminal or the terrorist before the crime is committed can save lives and money, and inarguably we all should feel comfortable when using a face recognition technology if this is the case. Or shouldn’t we? The authors of the latest report “Unregulated Police Face Recognition in