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Department of Homeland Security Rushing to Roll Out Facial Recognition Surveillance System

February 10th, 2017

While Aliya Sternstein correctly describes the situation at US airports in this article when she says “The Department of Homeland Security is rushing to roll out a multibillion dollar surveillance system that will equip US airports with facial recognition software”, she doesn’t mention that the Entry-Exit task in front of DHS also includes land and sea portals. Not to minimize the scope of the airport system, but imagine the system that has to handle the traffic crossing from New York…

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Smile! You’re on Camera and It Knows Who You Are

February 9th, 2017

One of our partners was quoted in a timely BBC article: Carl Gohringer, founder and director at Allevate, a facial recognition firm that works with law enforcement, intelligence and government agencies, says: “The amount of media – such as videos and photos – available to us as individuals, organizations and businesses, and to intelligence and law enforcement agencies, is staggering. “We’re well beyond the point where all of it is usable or viewable by us as human…

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