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Kyrgyzstan and Dominican tap Chinese biometric surveillance tech as concern grows in Scotland

The role of Chinese businesses in facial recognition systems in other countries is drawing attention, with a report on Kyrgyzstan’s…

 

Deployment starts for VSBLTY’s $10M facial recognition smart city contract with Mexico City

Partners VSBLTY and intelligent lighting solution provider Energetika have begun deploying their smart city security systems in Mexico City under…

 

Amaryllo launches biometric security camera with voice recognition

Dutch robotics and biometric security company Amaryllo has won a 2020 CES Innovation Award in the event’s Smart Home and…

 

Police in Miami, India, Macau expand facial recognition use amid further warnings

The Miami-Dade County Police Department (MDPD), Florida’s largest police force, is seeking to join the many departments in the state…

 

India delays facial recognition tender deadline as Russian systems roll out

A contract to supply biometric technology to India’s new national facial recognition system has not been awarded as planned, as…

 

Police consider facial recognition in Denmark, Sweden, Romania, but bias concerns persist

Copenhagen police could gain a “huge advantage” in investigations by implementing a biometric facial recognition system to scan footage from…

 

Hong Kong police facial recognition contract with iOmniscient reported by Bloomberg

As protests continue to be held in Hong Kong against recent government actions, Bloomberg reports that Sydney-based iOmniscient is supplying…

 

Minnesota Drone Bill allows warrantless biometric use in specific circumstances

Under a new bill unanimously passed by the Minnesota joint House-Senate Subcommittee on Data Practices, no state or local law…

 

SIA warns Congress against facial recognition moratorium as Huawei warns industry to listen to concerns

U.S. Congress should not place a moratorium on facial recognition technology, but instead collaborate with all stakeholders to address concerns…

 

Thousands of cameras from banned companies operating in U.S. facilities as Entity List fallout continues

There are currently more than 2,700 cameras from companies banned from U.S. government contracts are still in operation at military…

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