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Police in Germany using live facial recognition

Police in Germany are employing high-definition cameras and live facial recognition to catch suspects, raising legal questions in the wake…

 

Regulators hound Worldcoin digital ID project as it expands in Latin America

Worldcoin continues to take its iris biometrics and digital identity scheme into new territories – and, like clockwork, trigger alarms…

 

Texas, Mexico plan biometric surveillance network. Privacy advocates are unimpressed

Mexico has begun building a 20-story biometric surveillance hub on its border with the United States. Designs call for a…

 

Flawed investigations, camera limitations plague Mexico City’s surveillance system

In the last decade, Mexico City has installed the largest video surveillance system in the Americas, altering the way criminal…

 

Multiple regulators turn gaze to Worldcoin’s iris collection

Regulators in the UK, France, Germany, Kenya and Mexico are scrutinizing Worldcoin, the company that offers people free cryptocurrency for…

 

Mexico uses electoral biometrics database to ID thousands of mission persons

Recent information released by the General Council of the National Electoral Institute (INE) of Mexico reveals that from 2016 right…

 

Mexico presidential candidate proposes facial recognition to combat drug trafficking

Fighting between organized crime groups in Mexico has made the country more violent than Colombia in recent years. Mexico presidential…

 

Mexico said to be near an app designed to ease growing asylum crisis

Mexico reportedly has developed an app intended to lessen the chaos, dangers and wait times faced by asylum seekers at…

 

Mexican lawmakers grant Interior Ministry control over biometric data, spark controversy

The Chamber of Deputies approved the General Law for the Operation of Civil Registries, granting the Ministry of the Interior…

 

Smart cities advance: Taiwan invests in Iveda, Remark partners with Aaeon

Several smart city projects have advanced in the last few weeks. Arizona-based surveillance firm Iveda has announced several new clients…

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