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Dr. Ann Cavoukian lends privacy expertise to D-ID advisory board

Privacy by Design framework creator Dr. Ann Cavoukian has joined D-ID’s advisory board to share her privacy expertise, the biometric…

 

Biometrics and user control, maybe a piece of paper; Gruener and Cavoukian on Good Health Passes

The Good Health Pass initiative is ID2020’s most ambitious project yet. In a sense, it could be considered a culmination…

 

Newfoundland digital ID to have 2023 launch, while Ontario lags behind

There’s news and no-news out of Canada’s provinces on implementing digital IDs, as Newfoundland pushes ahead and Ontario stalls, according…

 

Canadians weigh in on national digital ID with urgency, trust, fear

Opinion writers and industry figures in Canada offered a range of thoughts on the country’s inclusion of a national digital…

 

Biometrics use by Canadian border agency increasing. Maybe it already has

The COVID-19 pandemic has given the impetus for sweeping technological and behavioral change across various organizations, and biometrics are often…

 

Face biometrics implementations expanding for vehicles, retail systems and health passes

Facial recognition is prominent among the top news stories in the biometrics industry over the past week. Paperwork for a…

 

Digital ID’s privacy by design moment may come from immunity passport standards

A coalition of organizations from different sectors has been convened to establish a framework for vaccination passports and digital health…

 

Biometric payment, access and ID cards launching around the world

Biometric cards for payments, access control and digital identity in several regional markets featured prominently among the top news stories…

 

Nonconformist Innovation Summit to explore privacy and digital identity, NIST to discuss bias in AI

Industry stakeholders prioritizing privacy and data protection in digital identity will soon convene for the inaugural Nonconformist Innovation Summit (NIS),…

 

Face biometrics privacy lawsuit goes ahead in China as police deploy emotion recognition for criminal ID

The popularity of facial recognition in China may be reaching a tipping point, as nascent privacy concerns have blossomed into…

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