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Chinese official says facial recognition in hotels is hurting tourism

A top Chinese tourism official wants the country’s hospitality industry to pull back on facial recognition and prioritize the privacy…

ARC GROUPS

ARC GROUPS really means “All Rounding Creative Groups”. In short, we are all-rounders and anyone can see and feel it…

 

Age verification laws in the UK and US reassessed

While lawmakers around the world remind us to think of the children, digital identity watchdogs and citizen groups say restrictive…

 

EU’s provisional AI Act deal limits remote biometrics use after marathon negotiation

After a three-day marathon negotiation, the European Union has finally reached a provisional agreement on the Artificial Intelligence Act. Late…

 

UN’s counter-terrorist travel biometrics poses human rights risk: Special Rapporteur

The United Nations’ travel surveillance system, which collects biometric data to track down terrorists, should be paused and “urgently reviewed,”…

 

AI Act stumbles over provisional deal with biometrics among main culprits

Biometric surveillance and generative AI are again proving to be stumbling blocks as lawmakers hammer out a provisional deal for…

 

EU states to get major cash boost for border security and migration systems

With international politics at maximum intensity, the European Commission has made more than €250 million (roughly US$272 million) available to…

 

Hold up: 300 say eIDAS rules could make surveillance easier for EU nations

Language in proposed revised regulation of eIDAS in the European Union is being loudly rebuffed by 335 individuals and civil…

 

US cedes markets for oppressive biometric surveillance goods to others

The U.S. government no longer will offer incentives to domestic companies selling biometric surveillance and related goods to other nations…

 

Tiny radar biometric sensor could identify people by their heartbeat — researchers

A seemingly impossibly small radar sensor capable of detecting biometrics including heart beats has been created by researchers at the…

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