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|Facial recognition scanners are already at some US airports. Here's what to know|
Added: 16.08.2019 17:00 | 14 views | 0 comments
The next time you go to the airport, you might notice something different during the security process: A machine scanning your face.
|Meadowhall shoppers scanned in facial recognition trial|
Added: 16.08.2019 14:18 | 33 views | 0 comments
The owner of Sheffield's Meadowhall centre says data was "immediately deleted" after the trial.
|Privacy watchdog investigating King's Cross facial recognition system|
Added: 15.08.2019 21:28 | 25 views | 0 comments
The UK data and privacy watchdog has said it is launching an investigation into the use of facial recognition cameras at King's Cross in central London.
|Data regulator probes King's Cross facial recognition tech|
Added: 15.08.2019 17:44 | 35 views | 0 comments
The UK's data protection watchdog probes how facial recognition is being used at King's Cross.
|Amazon's Rekognition software can now spot fear|
Added: 15.08.2019 16:30 | 12 views | 0 comments
The facial recognition tech is also getting better at estimating a person's age, the company says.
|Over 1 million fingerprints leaked at one of world’s biggest biometric firms, researchers say|
Added: 15.08.2019 15:30 | 10 views | 0 comments
Researchers at a cybersecurity firm said fingerprint and facial recognition data was exposed at a major biometric company, saying the potential for “fraud is massive.”
|London mayor quizzes King's Cross developer on facial recognition|
Added: 14.08.2019 23:17 | 16 views | 0 comments
Sadiq Khan asks the King's Cross Central development whether its use of facial recognition is legal.
|Amazon's Rekognition falsely matched lawmakers to criminals... again, ACLU says|
Added: 14.08.2019 20:56 | 23 views | 0 comments
Amazon says the ACLU is misrepresenting its facial recognition software.
|New Data Breach Exposes Millions Of Facial Recognition, Fingerprint Records|
Added: 14.08.2019 20:33 | 24 views | 0 comments
Researchers uncovered the fingerprints of more than one million people, their facial recognition information, unencrypted usernames and passwords, and personal information was discovered on a database used by British police, defense contractors, and banks on Wednesday, according to Forbes. The report published by security researches Noam Rotem and Ran Locar at Vpnmentor identified Suprema, the security company behind the Biostar 2 biometrics lock system, was involved in the breach. The report said the company is a "global Powerhouse in biometrics, security and identity solutions," with a product range that "includes biometric access control systems, time and attendance solutions, fingerprint...
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