Some Americans may think the president’s license to kill is simply a temporary tactic for the war on terror. But precedents being established today will be invoked by future commanders-in-chief who may have a much broader “enemies lists”...
The Department of Education (DOE) has proposed regulatory changes that would gut the primary federal student-privacy statute, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). FERPA imposes strict limits on how the government may use so-called P
Napolitano said the U.S. currently has trusted traveler programs in place with Mexico, Canada, and the Netherlands and are in numerous discussions with several other countries regarding potential partnerships.
The FbF MobileOne biometric accessory that was specially built for the iPod touch, where it will turn that hugely popular portable media player into a fingerprint scanner which is capable of sending data over to wireless networks...
As terrorists can also easily get on frequent flier programs, however, the people that are selected to be “Trusted Travelers” will be thoroughly screened and have their background information checked before approval.
Watch as these Las Vegas TV newscasters fall all over themselves in anticipation of the day when "Big Brother" technology will save them from the bother of passwords...
As part of its war against violent extremism, the Obama administration now claims a right to kill Americans without a trial, without notice, and without any chance for targets to legally object.
Formally established in late 2009 to collect the fingerprints, iris scans, and facial images of Afghan national security forces, the program’s initial goal... But information sharing—with partners like the FBI—is also a key component of the program.
A second official said, “It will be not be wrong to say that the waters are being tested for all securities transactions to be linked to Aadhaar, which could create an unprecedented system of tracking such investments.”
Republicans want to authorize the military to pursue virtually anyone suspected of terrorism, anywhere on earth, from now to the end of time. New bill allows the president to detain “belligerents” until the “termination of hostilities,” presumably at
All of this is leading to Predictive Behavior Technology -- It is not enough to have logged and charted where we have been; the surveillance state wants to know where we are going through psychological profiling.
"Every time you log in, it reads your iris and creates a unique key, which is a series of numbers, and this key changes every time you log in, so no one can hack it," Tracy Hoyos, assistant marketing director, said in an interview with CNN.
Deploying the world’s first iris-based border control system for the United Arab Emirates, where foreigners make up 60 percent of the population. Since its tracking system started operating in 2002, more than 37 million arriving passengers...
House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member John Conyers, Jr. (D-Mich.) has introduced the "USA PATRIOT Act Sunset Extension Act of 2011," the House counterpart to a bipartisan bill that recently passed the Senate Judiciary Committee. The proposal ma
The government uses it, financial institutions use it, and you've seen it in the movies. But now, everyone can protect their personal accounts with iris scanning technology.
You no longer have a 4th Amendment in Indiana and Indiana is now both a police state and the United States as a federal government is now in violation of its Constitutional duty to guarantee that each state has a republican form of government.
“Change is always a shock for people, and there is always going to be some resistance, but once they see all that it can do and how easily it will protect their identities, their money and their families, I think it will catch on," said Hoyos.
The next time children in some elementary schools in Texas try to sneak extra chips onto their trays in the cafeteria queue, the eye in the sky will be watching them.
Kim Del Greco, Chief of Biometric Services Section (BSS), Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division of Science & Technology Branch(S&T), (FBI) spoke with IDGA to discuss advancing technologies for border security.
Your eyes may soon become the window to more than just your soul. A New York company has produced what it calls the "first commercially scalable, mobile iris- scanning solution," a product called EyeLock that lets consumers scan an eye...
Britain's largest police force is using software that can map nearly every move suspects and their associates make in the digital world, prompting an outcry from civil liberties groups.
George Orwell, the pen name by which Eric Blair is known, had the gift of prophecy, or else blind luck. In 1949 in his novel, 1984, he described the Amerika of today and, I fear, also his native Great Britain,
The Obama administration is engaged in a totalitarian takeover of all communications
"It's all in their eyes." Pupil dilation and eye tracking are supposed to tell consumer packaged goods companies and other larger advertisement spending entities (Vonage, AT&T and Verizon are the largest online advertisers) where the buyer is going.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office unveiled its newest weapon in the fight against crime Thursday – iris-recognition technology. Pinal County is the first law-enforcement agency in Arizona to implement the Inmate Recognition & Identification System (I
As I explained Monday, the Neoconservatives used fear to scare people into submission. Obama used the emotions of "hope" and "change" to rally his base, but has now largely abandoned those themes in favor of fear.
Police say an iPhone left in a stolen truck is how officers were able to capture a burglar suspected of multiple auto break-ins. Police said 29-year-old Joshua Mitzelfelt allegedly stole a truck left unattended and running in a Colorado Springs dr
DARPA has created a technology that can index and analyze video in real-time, marking the end of anonymity in public places.
But don’t let this journalistic over-hype curb your admiration for these hi-tech spectacles. The Ex-Eye is still pretty awesome. It bridges the gap between cutting edge surveillance and enforcement, allowing security personnel the opportunity...