Amidst controversial use of its Rekognition face scanning software in Orlando, Amazon is now under fire from the ACLU, which contends that the system is flawed enough to identify politicians as criminals. However, Amazon disputes the findings, and says the civil rights organization did not follow its recommended threshold......
Orlando police will continue to test Amazon’s facial recognition software, despite outcry from privacy advocates – One World Identity
Although a number of organizations, including the American Civil Liberties Union, have spoken out against the Orlando Police Department using Amazon’s Rekognition technology, officials...Read More
Border biometrics burgeoning in North America as US, Canada expand identification tech – One World Identity
Both the U.S. and Canada are stepping up their use of biometrics at the border, in an effort to expedite entry into the countries,...Read More
Police in eastern China have arrested three men at three different concerts by national pop star Jacky Cheung, identifying the suspects in large crowds...Read More
Amid heightened scrutiny over data collection practices, lobbyists working for Alphabet, the parent company of search giant Google, are pushing to reduce the reach...Read More