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UK civil society considers which AI controversies we need, goes back to the LFR well

UK lawmakers have written Frasers Group, which owns several retail chains, to condemn its use of live facial recognition and…


Oversight may become common feature of facial recognition policies for police

The 2023 crop of biometric surveillance legislation in North American is trying to find a balance between public safety and…


French Senators okay AI surveillance bill excluding facial recognition for 2024 Olympics

AI video surveillance technology will be used for incident detection during the 2024 Summer Olympics in France, but not facial…


Bluestone signs Bahamian digital ID agreement with biometric payment option

Bahamas-based digital ID firm Bluestone Labs has entered a six-year contract with the country’s Unified Public Transportation Co. (UPTC) to…


The future of payments: Biometrics within the financial eco-system

By Catharina Eklof, CCO, IDEX Biometrics Today’s payment landscape Enabled by huge advances in technology, our evolving payments landscape has…


Moscow Metro biometric payment system marks usage milestones, anniversary

A year after launching, Russia’s Face Pay fare service in Moscow reports processing payment for 35 million rides using face…


The thing most people fear about facial recognition spreading from China

The dark side of facial recognition, long warned about by privacy and human rights advocates, is growing in starker relief….


Facial recognition surveillance systems sprouting rapidly across India’s northern border

A hefty analysis of government intentions regarding biometric surveillance in India indicates that the obsession for in-country intelligence is wafting…


Dozens more face biometrics turnstiles for Moscow transit, backed by tepid survey

Moscow is expanding its Face Pay biometric public transportation program because it is very popular, according to a city official….


Russia uses its facial recognition system to show reporters who’s the boss

In a nation where journalists who refuse to take the Kremlin’s line are sometimes murdered, news of reporters being surveilled…

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