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83 Percent of Australian Brands Appear to Monitor Customers Online: Report
A recent privacy report has found that 83 percent of Australian brands appear to track their customer's activity online, while 82 percent of consumers are uncomfortable with their location data ...
June 23, 2022
Debate Intensifies Over Use Of Facial Recognition Technology In British Schools
For years, the UK has been using biometrics to identify school children, but now that facial recognition (FRT) ...
April 13, 2022
New Police Policy Could Allow Innocent People to Be Put on Facial Recognition Watchlists
Civil liberties groups have criticised new UK police guidance that could place innocent people on facial recognition systems ...
March 23, 2022
Biometric Age Verification Technology Accepted For UK Government Pilot In Shops
Innovative Technology has been approved as a participant in a UK government programme piloting age verification technology for ...
February 17, 2022
Facial Recognition Tech: Centralising Surveillance Operations in China?
Commentary The People’s Republic of China has a formidable reputation in the field of facial recognition technology. This ...
February 15, 2022
Privacy Concerns as Welsh Police Trial Facial Recognition Tech to Identify Suspects
Welsh police are rolling out futuristic technology that will identify wanted individuals in real-time. The system, known as ...
December 15, 2021
South Korea to Track COVID-19 Patients, Ensure Mask Compliance With Facial Recognition Cameras
A city in South Korea plans to roll out a system that uses facial recognition technology and data ...
December 14, 2021
Isabel van Brugen
New LAX Port Director to Oversee Facial Recognition Program
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) appointed a new director on Nov. 22 to oversee its facial recognition ...
November 23, 2021
Moscow Says It Is First to Launch Large-Scale Metro Facial ID Payment System
MOSCOW—Moscow's sprawling metro network on Friday launched a fare payment system using facial recognition technology at its more ...
October 15, 2021
Federal Use of Facial Recognition Technology Expanding: GAO Report
A recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) survey shows that at least 10 federal agencies have plans to expand ...
August 29, 2021
Microsoft Provides Australian State Police with Object Recognition Services For Surveillance
Microsoft has announced it will provide the Australian New South Wales (NSW) Police force with its object recognition ...
June 9, 2021
The Double-Edged Sword of Facial Recognition Technology
Commentary On the television crime drama “FBI,” Special Agent Jubal Valentine brusquely orders an underling to run a ...
July 11, 2020
Ban Federal Use of Facial Recognition Tools, Groups Urge Trudeau Government
OTTAWA—Dozens of groups and individuals working to protect privacy, human rights and civil liberties want the Trudeau government ...
July 8, 2020
The Canadian Press
With Painted Faces, Artists Fight Facial Recognition Tech
LONDON—As night falls in London, Georgina Rowlands and Anna Hart start applying makeup. Instead of lipstick and eyeliner, ...
March 8, 2020
The Associated Press
Companies Using Facial Recognition Need to Follow Ethical Standards: Lawmakers
Facial recognition technology, unbeknownst to citizens, is used in a variety of public settings, but some U.S. lawmakers ...
January 18, 2020
Hong Kong Protesters Wary of Chinese Surveillance Technology
HONG KONG–Young Hong Kong residents protesting a proposed extradition law that would allow suspects to be sent to ...
June 13, 2019
The Associated Press
Chinese Thieves Exploit Facial Recognition Mobile Payment System to Steal
A Chinese man recently had his money stolen from his bank account after his roommates scanned his face ...
April 9, 2019
Dissident in China: Facial Recognition Technology Used to Catch Me
The recent arrest of a relatively unknown dissident in China may have been made possible by the regime’s ...
January 1, 2018
Japan Warns of Tight Power Supply Amid ‘Extreme’ Heatwave
Four Battle to Win New Colorado Congressional District GOP Primary
G-7 Unveils $600 Billion Global Infrastructure Plan to Counter China’s ‘Debt Trap’
Known and Suspected Terrorists Entering US in Unprecedented Numbers: Rep. Higgins
Social Media Study Shows Growing DeSantis Boom Among Swing Voters
Global Stagflation a Risk Warns Australian Finance Minister
Russia ‘Defaults on Foreign Debt’ for First Time Since 1918 Amid Western Sanctions
G7 Leaders Announce $600 Billion Global Infrastructure Program to Take on Beijing’s Debt Trap Diplomacy
Chinese Ambassador Asks Australia’s Taxpayer-Funded ABC to Report More Positively on China
Australia Launches NASA’s First Ever Mission From a Fully Commercial Spaceport