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Fraser Samson named new UK Commissioner for Biometrics and Surveillance Camera compliance

The new UK Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner is Fraser Samson, who was appointed to the newly combined role by…

 

Ready or not, biometric payment cards and immunity passports have arrived

BNP Paribas biometric payment card A pair of eagerly-anticipated biometric products are coming to market, in fingerprint-enabled payment cards and…

 

Face biometrics deployments increase as regulator and public push back

The regulatory heat around facial recognition continues to rise, even as implementations increase from airports to digital health credentials around…

 

Bill to limit police biometrics use tabled in New York state as legislators struggle with facial recognition

A state legislator in New York has introduced a curious bill to prohibit arrests on the sole basis of “facial…

 

Increase DNA and fingerprint collection, UK Biometrics Commissioner urges police

Police are not collecting all the biometric data they are expected to, and at the same time have yet to…

 

Face biometrics legal landscape shifting with restrictions in China, police guidance in UK

Tianjin, a city of more than 12 million in Northern China, has passed a set of new local rules largely…

 

New regulations will help facial recognition but hard work remains, UK Commissioner says

“Sunny uplands” are ahead for the facial recognition industry, but biometrics providers and integrators will have to be mindful of…

 

Live biometric facial recognition use by South Wales Police ruled unlawful by appeals court

The use of facial biometrics for automatic public identification by South Wales Police has been declared unlawful by the UK…

 

UK’s CCTV commissioner pleads for AI, biometric ethical legal guidance

Standard CCTV surveillance cameras in the U.K. now come equipped with facial recognition technology, implementation which has raised a number…

 

AI policy advisor says facial recognition bans could spread to states and federal government

The trend of bans on biometric facial recognition in U.S. cities will soon spread to states, and from there to…

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