Biometric airport security
April 29, 2004 1:30 PM Subscribe
Buying biometrically into big brother?
Privium is an IBM-backed pay service at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport
that allows passengers to identify themselves by iris recognition and thus speed their way through security checks. This being the privacy-respecting Netherlands, the biometric information is not stored in a central database, but only on a card you carry with you; other countries may not be so enlightened. This could well become a standard form of identification. In the meantime, could the failure to buy this service qualify someone as a security or insurance risk?
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