FPF publishes immersive technologies risk framework

11/01/2024 | Future of Privacy Forum

The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) has published a risk framework for managing the collection, use, and transfer of body-related data in immersive technologies. Organisations that build immersive technologies, such as virtual and augmented reality, rely heavily on body-related data to create new applications. However, this data can pose risks to an individual's privacy and safety. FPF's risk-based framework provides guidance to organisations seeking to develop safe and responsible immersive technologies. 

UPDATE: 110124 - FPF have posted a blog article outlining the steps organisations can take to ensure that body-related data is handled safely and responsibly.

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