Letter Opposing the Use of Facial Recognition Features in Homeowner Assistance Fund Application Process

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Facial Recognition Scan

Civil rights, consumer, and housing organizations write to Natasha Sarin, U.S. Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy, encouraging her to direct state programs and administrators of the Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) to cease the use of ID.Me and any related facial recognition features as part of the HAF application process.

unidosus_signontotreasury_re_idmeandhaf.pdf

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