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LONDON: Britain set out its plans this week for a digital identity system aimed at making it easier for people to access public services and buy age-restricted goods – whether registering with a new doctor or buying a bottle of wine. But the British government’s latest plans come as digital rights campaigners worldwide warn about …

Electronics passport (e-passport) is embraced with an electronic chip. It is an advanced form of old documents developed improve security globally by restricting fraudulent cases. The e-passports are used to identity a traveler using digital means such as digital signature, unique identification number, biometrics, and others. Rising concern to detect fraud and illegal activities, availability …

15-year-old Framingham teen charged in Boston Police cruiser fire Updated: 10:07 PM EDT Jun 11, 2020 Police in Boston said a 15-year-old juvenile from Framingham was arrested Thursday and charged with the arson of a Boston Police Department vehicle on Tremont Street on Sunday, May 31. The Boston police cruiser was vandalized and burned during …

The Tacos El Gordo restaurant chain is offering free food for all health care workers at its locations in San Diego and Las Vegas. The only thing needed to claim some of the eatery’s delicious tacos is to show employees some sort of identification that indicates you are a health care worker. The restaurant locations …

You’d be forgiven if you haven’t heard of radio-frequency identification (RFID), a technology that in the mid-2000s elicited worldwide boycotts from consumer and privacy groups, got tied up in a far-right conspiracy about ObamaCare, and was even feared to be the sign of the Antichrist by some evangelical Christians. Found in everything from cars moving through electronic tolls …

Fenyang City, China, July 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Oranco, Inc. (“Oranco” or the “Company”) (ORNC), a premium alcohol marketer and wholesaler in China, announced today its blockchain-based anti-counterfeiting laser recognition proprietary technology (the “Technology”) has officially entered into its test phase. On August 20, 2018, the Company, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Fengyuang Huaxin Liquor …

Humans have always fought for territory with the perspective of protecting cultural norms. We belong to our land and our land belongs to us. Therefore, traditionally, culture has been geographically tethered. With technology, modernization, affluenza and ease of travel, global nomadic lifestyles are changing the definition of cultural norms. It is important that we broaden …

NEW YORK — Assemblymember Monica Wallace introduced legislation that would put a moratorium on biometric identification technology in schools, including facial recognition.   Wallace’s bill directs the commissioner of education to conduct a study on the technology and, meanwhile, prohibit the use of it in schools. The legislation just recently moved through the education committee. …