Apr 272013
 
 April 27, 2013  Posted by  Misc, Surveillance, U.S.

David A. Lieb of Associated Press reports:

 With its financing in jeopardy, Missouri has slowed work on a high-tech computer program intended to catch potential fraud or criminals by conducting a biometric analysis — or facial recognition — of digital photographs taken for state driver’s licenses and identification cards.

Read more on SFGATE.com.  Although the main motivation in canceling the state’s contract with MorphoTrust – if it does get canceled – appears to be financial/budgetary concern, there are those who have also raised privacy concerns.

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