Liquid Trust, which sells for $30 for a quarter of an ounce, is said to offer 'the power of trust', based on a study that found a nasal spray of oxytocin seemed to increase trusting behavior.
Kathy Thomas knew she was under surveillance. The animal rights and environmental activist had been trailed daily by cops over several months, and had even been stopped on occasion by police and FBI agents.
"We are revolutionizing the way individuals interact with and protect all aspects of their physical and digital identity.
A new national alert system is set to begin in New York City that will alert the public to emergencies via cell phones.
DHS today released its ninth monograph in its 9/10/11 Project, focusing on the growth of the use of biometrics and ID authentication, detailing how the partnership of government and private industry has brought sophisticated new biometric...
All of a sudden, torture, which had fallen back into the disrepute in which it had been for centuries, is again in the clear. Anything that leads to the elimination of bin Laden is a valid instrument.
For one, the widespread adoption of Facebook's social graph and Facebook Connect by developers means that the enormous social network is well on its way to becoming an identity utility for the Internet.
However, of all countries, Mexico is really taking a step into the future when it comes to biometrics. It all started last September, when the residents of the city of Leon were due to be secured through iris scanning.
But designing a government system smart enough to distinguish some of those nuances inevitably requires a collection of personal data. States could just have someone write down your mileage every year along with an emissions...
Many States require license applicants to show a birth certificate, but they will also accept alternative proof of identity. Proof of citizenship has never been a requirement to attain an ID card in the US until the Real ID Act was passed May 11th, 2
Many States require license applicants to show a birth certificate, but they will also accept alternative proof of identity. Proof of citizenship has never been a requirement to attain an ID card in the US until the Real ID Act was passed.
When President Obama talked about a transparent administration during the run up to the 2008 election most Americans assumed he was talking about openness in government dealings.
"Why did you shoot that man? He didn't do anything!" The question was wrenched from a woman who had watched in horror as Police Officer Ian Birk pumped four shots into the body of John T. Williams.
Pinal joins dozens of sheriff's offices and correctional facilities across the nation using BI2 Technologies, a Massachusetts-based biometric intelligence company. The company gives local law enforcement iris-scanning capabilities and a database...
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange called Facebook "the most appalling spying machine ever invented" in an interview with Russia Today, pointing to the popular social networking site as one of the top tools for the U.S. to spy on its citizens.
Among other things, CBO suggested that a vehicle miles traveled (VMT) tax could be tracked by installing electronic equipment on each car to determine how many miles were driven; payment could take place electronically at filling stations.
Your iris will literally be your key to many things in the future. It will be your personal password to your computer and mobile device. The key to your car and house. Your access code to ATM machines. And who needs credit cards when...
In reality, if everything and everyone is nothing but a target-of-opportunity for these international-outlaws; then who or what will be left to create anything worth stealing-anywhere?
From each volunteer participant, the government collects 10 fingerprints, 2 iris images, and a photo, and if the new data don't match any identity already enrolled, it assigns the person a unique 12-digit number. After that, a single fingerprint...
The Florida Senate Committee on Governmental Oversight and Accountability on Wednesday approved an amendment to include “electronic authentication,” as well as “biometrics” to Florida Driver’s licenses. In addition, the amendment to SB 1150, which pa
Communities routinely send fingerprints taken from people booked into jails or prison to state agencies. The states forward the prints to the FBI to check criminal histories. Under Secure Communities, the FBI shares the prints with the Homeland Secur
Dutch news outlet AD is reporting that such data captured by TomTom navigation devices has been purchased by the country's police force and is being used to determine where speed traps and cameras should be placed.
The video has a slight delay, which creates a strange feeling of disconnection as you watch yourself watching yourself walking beneath it. If you are in the system, the monitor flashes green and welcomes you by name.
This is the third in a series of posts that examine the principles governing the transfer of data across borders between the European Union and the United States, and the effect that the USA PATRIOT Act has on businesses, citizens and governments out
"We're leveraging the technology (networks of security cameras) that private industry already has," Schultz said, adding that up to 200 businesses participate. "It has really taken off." Police agencies increasingly rely on controversial tech
Walter Reddy, of Committees Of Safety, updates Gary Franchi in this interview on the February 14th, 2011 SWAT team raid of his home.
Facial recognition may be just one more way for Facebook to push the visual part of the social graph (photos of us) toward being more public and far less private. Facebook has a history of asking for forgiveness after the fact...
It is anticipated that the ‘trusted credential’ would reside as a secure application on your mobile device, as a smart card or on another device like a key fob.
The Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that just 13% of American Adults favor the issuing of a secure government credential to replace all traditional password protection systems for online sales and banking activities.
"The U.S. Department of State has proposed a new questionnaire that would make it almost impossible for some people to get a passport."