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2012-09-24 22:07:25

People often remark that people of a different race "all look alike."

2012-09-18 23:02:40

Government and intelligence communities to gain advanced mobile face biometric solutions for identity resolution Conway, NH (PRWEB) September 18, 2012

Facial Recognition Added To FBI's Arsenal
2012-09-10 11:04:59

While it may be good news for some that the FBI is finally moving away from the relatively ancient fingerprint system to facial recognition, some privacy groups are beginning to wonder how these facial images will be used.

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2012-08-15 21:47:42

The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information will be looking into whether Facebook facial recognition technology breaks privacy policies.

Facial Recognition Software Gets Wary Thumbs-Down By Senator
2012-07-19 13:21:46

The use of facial recognition technologies is growing. However, this technology has members of the US Senate concerned over privacy and civil liberties with its use.

2012-07-17 23:01:24

New office to provide local support for federal contracts and strategic partnerships. Conway, N.H.

2012-07-09 11:25:10

Photographs of faces may not be adequate proof of a person's identity and this could have serious implications for the accuracy of passport photographs in determining identity.

Iris Recognition Report Evaluates 'Needle in Haystack' Search Capability
2012-04-18 10:05:08

Identifying people by acquiring pictures of their eyes is becoming easier, according to a new report* from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

2012-04-04 04:20:02

- World's first, patented 'adaptive IR illumination' technology invulnerable to various lighting conditions- Achieves unrivalled matching speed (1:1,000 < 1 sec) with high


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