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The Electronic Frontier Foundation argues that the program curtails First Amendment right to freedom of expression.
In Oregon, the Washington County Sheriff’s Department can review 300,000 mugshots in seconds and is helping other agencies to query their databases as well.
These databases can scoop up everything from addresses, to medical history, supermarket membership, and delivery records.
Hackers may have found a way through 3D printing.
Many researchers fear the consequences of training computers to identify a person’s sexual orientation and criminality based solely on physical appearance.
, The Atlantic
Moscow-based NTechlab won two categories of IARPA’s facial recognition challenge.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has a hand in nearly every aspect of government cybersecurity.
The department is opting for a faster procurement option for the technology.
A new ruling in India could jeopardize the country’s controversial collection of citizens’ fingerprints, photographs, and iris scans.
, The Atlantic
The company has significant market share among Defense Department customers but plans to pursue civilian agencies.
Have your face scanned in just a few millionths of a second.
A new group signed to see if the technology can help fight insider threats.
The department sole-sourced a contract to the University Of Texas at Austin's Center for Identity.
A final rule blocks millions of citizens from requesting information about the data stored in that system.
Real-time identification check helps drivers protect their accounts from being compromised, says the company.
DISA director Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn talks about the tech he’s eyeing, some of which is barely out of the theoretical realm.
, Defense One
As organizations try to move beyond passwords, the government will need to ensure biometric systems are ethical and secure.
IARPA unveiled a prize challenge to find the best facial matching algorithms.
About 1.47 percent of foreign travelers with visas overstayed their expected departure.
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