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Facial recognition issues to be studied by new National Sheriffs’ Association working group

Continuing with its educational program for its members on facial recognition and associated issues it initiated several years ago, the…

 

Legal issues around facial biometrics use examined in U.S., Canada, and UK

The use of biometrics, and facial recognition in particular, will be discussed by representatives of several U.S. government departments at…

 

Groups call for suspension of U.S. federal facial recognition as state lawmakers weigh changes

More than 40 groups have co-signed a letter calling on the U.S. Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB), an…

 

New Jersey law enforcement blocked from using facial recognition tech from Clearview AI

New Jersey is no longer allowing law enforcement in the state to use biometric facial recognition app Clearview AI, following…

 

Finger vein recognition and government programs top this week’s biometrics and digital ID news

Less common biometrics like finger vein and hand geometry recognition made more top headlines than usual this week, and governments…

 

Idemia introduces facial biometrics product for high traffic areas

Idemia has released MFace Flex, a frictionless facial biometric solution to simplify user-experience and crowd flow for seamless travel at…

 

Business and development opportunities top this week’s biometrics and digital ID news

During a week of mostly good news for the biometrics industry, top stories on Biometric Update broadly follow themes of…

 

Industry groups criticize facial recognition hysteria

SIA (Security Industry Association) has published a report to combat misconceptions and provide perspective on facial biometrics while the Information…

 

Police app, robot cops and schools get facial biometrics, while NYC considers surveillance transparency

South Wales Police are planning to trial a smartphone app with biometric facial recognition from NEC with 50 officers to…

 

Cambridge moves forward with biometric facial recognition ban as police refine uses

The city council of Cambridge, Massachusetts has approved a bill prohibiting the use of biometric facial recognition by local government…

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