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HART: Homeland Security’s Massive New Database Will Include Face Recognition, DNA, and Peoples’ “Non-Obvious Relationships”

Source: Electronic Frontier Foundation June 7, 2018 By Jennifer Lynch So why do we know so little about it? The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is quietly building what will likely become the largest database of biometric and biographic data on citizens and foreigners in the United States. The …

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Jeff Bezos goes full Orwellian with creepy facial recognition and tracking tech; ACLU urges ban

Source: PrivacyWatch May 29, 2018 by Ethan Huff Get ready for more police state invasion into your personal privacy, compliments of globalist technocrat Jeff Bezos and his multinational Amazon empire. New reports explain that the online retail giant has now begun marketing a new facial recognition software to police departments …

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Businesses will use facial biometrics to create their own watch lists

Source: MassPrivateI May 1, 2018 by mapi All across the country businesses are being encouraged to use facial recognition to identify everyone. Companies like DeepCam, have been been secretly working for three years, to create a facial recognition customer watch list system. “After three years in stealth mode, DeepCam has released Retail by …

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New surveillance camera software allows law enforcement to identify groups of people in real-time

Source: MassPrivateI April 5, 2018 by mapi Imagine walking down a public street on your way to dinner with your family, now imagine police knowing exactly who you are and the names and ages of every family member. But wait it gets worse, because the surveillance doesn’t stop there. Once …

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Police facial recognition smartphones will be used to create secret watchlists

Source: MassPrivateI March 22, 2018 mapi A company called Dataworks Plus has developed a portable facial and fingerprint biometric scanner for law enforcement. The ‘Evolution’ is a portable facial and fingerprint smartphone that police can use to identify everyone. “It is multi-modal and can capture fingerprint and facial images and …

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Rental cars to use facial recognition to spy on your vacation

Image credit: IDEMIA Source: MassPrivateI March 1, 2018 by mapi Five days ago, IDEMIA announced their plan to install facial recognition cameras in rental vehicles. IDEMIA and Omoove are combining forces to spy on car renters everywhere. “You will never rent a car the same way thanks to EasyOpen solution that combines …

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AnyVision’s facial recognition cameras are being installed in ‘smart cities’ everywhere

Source: MassPrivateI February 20, 2018 by mapi Everywhere you turn politicians and corporations are trying to convince the public we need to convert our cities into ‘smart cities’. Last week AnyVision and Nvidia announced that they are working together to put facial recognition cameras in cities across the globe. “Nvidia has partnered with AI …

Biometrics

Congress Quietly Pushing Bill to Require National Biometric ID for ‘ALL Americans’

Source: The Free Thought Project January 22, 2018 By Matt Agorist Earlier this month,  Rep. Bob Goodlatte [R-VA-6] introduced H.R.4760 – Securing America’s Future Act of 2018, a sweeping bill that entails everything from Education and the Workforce to Homeland Security to the military. Also, tucked away in this 400-page behemoth …

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Fast food restaurants to use facial recognition to spy on customers

Source: MassPrivateI by mapi Imagine in the not too distant future you and your family stop at a Jack In The Box for lunch. Much to your surprise, you notice there is no one behind the counter to take your order. How will they take your order you ask? Don’t …

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Arizona Citizens Tracked In Facial Recognition Database In First Step For REAL ID Implementation

Source: Activist Post November 4, 2017 By Aaron Kesel Arizona citizens are now in a government database that uses facial recognition technology to track them simply for getting a driver’s license. This allows federal and local law enforcement to use the “perpetual lineup” of suspects not accused of a crime to …