Angela Boatwright asked me to be one of the girls featured in her fashion spread for the Photo Issue. Having worked a slew of jobs in the fashion industry, I've been on my share of shoots — and none were as fun as getting naked with a bunch of other chicks in Spencer Sweeny's Lower East Side loft Sweeny was not there to witness the singular pleasure of an apartment full of primping soon-to-be naked girls. He was banished.
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An investigation by the Electronic Frontier Foundation EFF is shining a spotlight on a US government program developing algorithms that can identify similar tattoos from images, for use by the FBI and law enforcement. The National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST has been conducting research into tattoo recognition technology sincerelying on a database of 15, tattoo images collected by the FBI from prisoners and arrestees without their consent, according to the EFF. The algorithms developed by the NIST could be used by law enforcement to link individuals in gangs, but also people affiliated with the same religious or political groups, the EFF said in a report released last week.
For the last year, EFF has been battling to free records from the National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST regarding an ethically dubious research program to promote the development of automated tattoo recognition technology. The agency is months delinquent in providing a variety of information, most notably the list of 19 research entities who received a giant set of tattoo images obtained from prisoners in custody. One of our chief concerns is how automated tattoo recognition technology—algorithms that can match tattoos— can be used to identify and track people in a similar way to how facial recognition systems are being deployed by law enforcement entities.