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 September 21, 2018  Posted by  Business, Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Ben Mutzabaugh reports:

Delta Air Lines is set to introduce what it’s calling the “first biometric terminal in the U.S.”

The carrier says it’s equipping the Atlanta airport’s international terminal (Terminal F) with face-scanning technology that will allow international passengers to use facial recognition technology “from curb to gate.” It also will be available to passengers flying nonstop from Atlanta on Delta partner airlines Aeromexico, Air France-KLM or Virgin Atlantic.

Delta says the biometric updates will fully roll out to the terminal “later this year,” though it adds the process will be “optional.”

“If customers do not want to participate, they just proceed normally, as they’ve always done, through the airport,” Delta says in a statement.

Read more on USA Today.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

  One Response to “Delta says Atlanta airport will feature USA’s ‘first biometric terminal’”

  1. One more thing to opt out from .

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