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UK citizen challenges police over face usage

The UK police’s use of live facial recognition will be challenged in the UK courts for the first time today as privacy NGO Liberty’s client takes on South Wales Police.

 

21 May 2019

EU Council adopts biometric justice regulations

The EU Council has adopted two regulations establishing a framework for interoperability between EU information systems in the area of justice and home affairs. 

15 May 2019

San Francisco bans face surveillance

San Francisco has become the first US city to ban the use of facial recognition technology by police and other government agencies.

15 May 2019

California rules against face recognition in bodycams

California State Assembly has approved a proposal by Assembly member Phil Ting (D-San Francisco) that bans law enforcement from using facial recognition and biometric scanners in body cameras.

10 May 2019

ABI: biometrics bigger for mobile than folding tech

ABI Research, a market-foresight advisory firm providing strategic guidance on the most compelling transformative technologies, forecasted that camera-based recognition will be a dominant smartphone biometric technology,

03 May 2019

Nagasaki University and NEC create biometric programme

Nagasaki University and NEC Corporation have established a program on global health & biometric authentication with Nagasaki University's Graduate School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health Studies. 

18 Apr 2019

Optical FOD sensors to dominate: Trendforce

According to the latest report by TrendForce, FOD (Fingerprint on Display) technology will cascade down from flagship devices to mid-high tier smartphones, enlarging market scale and causing the costs of FOD tech to slide

12 Apr 2019

Law firm launches biometric practice group

Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP has established a new practice group-the Biometric Privacy Practice Group-to better support clients' needs in the areas of privacy and data protection. 

19 Mar 2019

Former met chief calls for body-worn biometric cameras

Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe, today stated stop and search should be improved by the use of live facial-recognition enabled body worn cameras, because the technology police currently use is in the ‘dark ages’.

04 Mar 2019

Gemalto launches platform to digitalise mobile subscriber enrolment

Drawing on Gemalto's in-depth experience and expertise in these fields, as well as complementary services from trusted partners worldwide, the platform enables streamlined customer enrolment, both in-store and online. 

25 Feb 2019
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