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China’s biometrics sector faces interesting hurdles but it’s not slowing soon

An investigative article out of China indicates that four biometrics unicorns in that country face substantial problems meeting earlier market…

 

SenseTime sources legal opinion suggesting limits to US sanctions ahead of planned IPO

American sanctions against SenseTime for supplying its biometric technology in support of rights abuses in Xinjiang only apply to one of…

 

Facial recognition unicorn gallops back to Hong Kong for prospective IPO

Yitu has set its sights on Hong Kong for an IPO, after its attempt to list in Shanghai followed an increasingly…

 

UK Biometrics Commissioner wades into Foreign Affairs’ ban of Hikvision products

The UK Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner Professor Fraser Sampson has responded to a letter published by Chinese camera manufacturer…

 

CloudWalk accepted for potential $580M biometrics IPO on Shanghai Star Market

A race to launch a public stock offering appears to be shaping up between China’s four face biometrics unicorns, with…

 

Who’s the next U.S. funder to get tangled in Washington’s China sanctions

Before last week, those paying close attention to who was sanctioned by the U.S. government for involvement with China’s repression…

 

Not smarting from US sanctions, SenseTime says its IPO is on again

Face biometrics giant SenseTime is again pushing forward with a planned IPO. Expected to raise as much as $2 billion…

 

Ipsidy rebrands to reflect biometric authentication focus, prepares for uplist

Ipsidy is now known as authID.ai in a rebrand amid a flurry of organizational moves by the biometric authentication provider….

 

Some in biometric surveillance industry think Uyghur-targeting vendors are getting a pass

If the Security Industry Association was expecting a pat on the back for booting from its ranks a surveillance system…

 

Chinese court upholds face biometric data collection complaint verdict

China’s first legal case concerning facial recognition use reached a second-instance verdict in court this past week in favor of…

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