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Italian privacy body simplifies biometric rules

Italy’s data protection says that while biometrics usage no longer requires prior authorisation, that it must now be notified of any related data breaches within 24 hours.

28 Nov 2014

Does ‘body recognition’ have the measure of criminals?

An Australian researcher says suggests that “body recognition” biometrics could prove useful for criminal and missing persons.

28 Nov 2014

Biometrics play supporting role in Namibia’s electronic vote

Biometric voter verification machines have been used for an general election in Namibia billed as Africa's first electronic vote. 

28 Nov 2014

NameTag earns top 25 ranking in Branson tech challenge

Controversial facial recognition app NameTag has been named as one of the top 25 semi-finalists in Sir Richard Branson’s Extreme Tech Challenge.

27 Nov 2014

UK govt warned over biometrics use by ex-GCHQ chief

The UK government should rules for biometrics use before it is overtaken by rapidly evolving technology, a UK Science and Technology Committee has heard in London.

26 Nov 2014

Malaysia to introduce biometric screening ‘at every border’

Senior Malaysian officials have said facial and iris recognition systems will be installed at all of the country's entry and exit points. 

26 Nov 2014

Russia’s Putin makes fingerprinting mandatory for visitors

Foreign citizens travelling to Russia must submit biometric information at enrolment centres from 10 December.

25 Nov 2014

Intel reveals plans for biometric McAfee software

Security software specialist McAfee, an Intel company, will release software featuring biometric authentication by the end of 2014.

25 Nov 2014

Fingerprint, iris spoofing competition seeks entrants

Italian and American universities have jointly organised a competition that will evaluate solutions to fingerprint and iris spoofing.

24 Nov 2014

Sri Lankan police: Home made AFIS system working well

Senior Sri Lankan police say an Automated Finger Print Identification System developed domestically has identified 21,000 criminals in just eight months of operation.

24 Nov 2014
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