Facial-recognition technology has received scrutiny from plenty of privacy experts. Now something much bigger — and much more powerful — is taking a look at this oft-controversial technology: the federal government.
Updated 12:22 PST with new information on Apple’s TouchID
“The information we have on the Navy Yard shootings is that he used someone else’s ID card,” General Farkash said. “This cannot happen with our system, because you must be identified … with second-generation biometrics you are the key … your body is the key for your building.”
With 425,000 beta users on board, social password manager PasswordBox is going live. And it’s offering free-for-life memberships to the first million users who sign up.
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Guest Post The process of implementing an American national identity card would be an expensive logistical and bureaucratic nightmare.
The controversial killing of teenager Trayvon Martin by neighborhood watch member George Zimmerman has become a national flashpoint for discussions of race and violence. Technology has now entered into the narrative, after an expert in biometric voice analysis said the screams on the 911 most likely did not belong to Zimmerman.