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Australia’s Human Services workers protest against planned voice biometrics monitoring

Australia’s federal Department of Human Services’ introduction of a biometric call monitoring and performance management system is creating considerable friction…

 

Australian police to enforce mandatory on-the-spot fingerprint scans

South Australian Attorney General John Rau is introducing new legislation that could potentially give police the power to enforce mandatory…

 

Australian city opens $1.3m surveillance center with facial recognition technology

Logan City in South East Queensland, Australia recently opened a $1.3 million CCTV surveillance centre that uses facial recognition technology…

 

Biometrics Institute Showcase Australia 2015

November 18, 2015 Hotel Realm, Canberra, Australia The independent Biometrics Institute proudly presents the Showcase Australia event in Canberra on…

 

Australian bill to beef up biometric border controls for children

The Australian government has introduced new legislation aimed to bulk up Australia’s biometrics system by allowing authorities to collect biometric…

 

Wavefront Biometric Technologies developing cornea-based biometric technology

Wavefront Biometric Technologies is awaiting a patent for its cornea-based biometric technology, according to a report by The Sydney Morning…

 

South Australian Police to invest $1.5 million in facial recognition mobile app

The South Australian Police will invest $1.5 million on facial recognition technology that will enable officers to scan images of…

 

Australia signs agreement to share DNA information with U.K. authorities

A new agreement will allow U.K. and Australian authorities to quickly exchange the DNA data of suspects between the two…

 

Biometric Update: most popular news for week ending October 26

Here’s a recap of most popular and noteworthy biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Biometrics Week…

 

Australia’s national security committee puts a halt to customs’ biometric collection plans

Australia’s Immigration Department wants to collect and store photographs of millions of Australian citizens under the government’s counterterrorism laws, which…

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