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BiometricUpdate.com published in Times of London biometrics supplement

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Special reports producer, Raconteur Media, published its latest report on biometrics in The Times of London Monday, and BiometricUpdate.com is proud to have contributed.

BiometricUpdate.com online editor Adam Vrankulj authored “Blame Bad Policy Not The Technology” and discussed how the use of biometrics in the public sector is on the rise, despite concern over infringement of privacy and civil liberties.

Rawlson King, contributing editor at BiometricUpdate.com, authored “Make Way For Knobbly Kneed ID… Or Who’s This Ear?“, an article about unlikely measures of identity such as knees and ears, and how they could soon rival fingerprints as personal identification.

Isabelle Moeller, chief executive of the Biometrics Institute, also contributed, and NEC and Morpho sponsored the supplement.

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