September 18, 2019 Non-U.S., Surveillance
Rohan Pearce reports:
Victoria will begin uploading driver’s licence photographs to the federal government National Driver Licence Facial Recognition Solution (NDLFRS).
The NDLFRS is operated by the federal Department of Home Affairs.
The Victorian government’s announcement today marks a significant step towards the full launch of a national Australian facial recognition system, although for now use of the images will be restricted to state agencies.
Read more on Computerworld.
h/t, Joe Cadillic
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