Jan 162017
 
 January 16, 2017  Surveillance

It seems that now we can’t even make a non-obscene gesture like flashing the “peace” sign without risk of having our biometric information surveilled and captured.

Phys.org reports:

Fingerprint recognition technology is becoming widely available to verify identities, such as when logging on to smartphones, tablets and laptop computers.

Bu the proliferation of mobile devices with high-quality cameras and social media sites where photographs can be easily posted is raising the risk of personal information being leaked, reports said.

The NII researchers were able to copy fingerprints based on photos taken by a digital camera three metres (nine feet) away from the subject.

Read more on Phys.org.

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