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Atlanta airport opens first biometric terminal in U.S.
Passengers on international flights with five airlines now have the option to go through every step of the boarding process using facial-recognition scans.
D.C. airports are selling their in-house facial-recognition system to other airports
Washington Dulles International Airport is the latest terminal to adopt the new biometric screening technology, but when commercial options were too costly, it developed its own solution.
Facial recognition technology catches first impostor at D.C. airport
A man departing from Sao Paulo attempted to use a French passport that turned out not to be his.
Despite public opposition, Bay Area Rapid Transit board moves forward on $20 million surveillance upgrades
San Francisco area locals who showed up to a public meeting said they were "outraged" and "disgusted" at 12 proposals for new security upgrades on their train system.
Three homicides on Bay Area Rapid Transit spur $28 million high-tech security upgrade proposal
The head of the San Francisco Bay area's public transit system wants to install newer video cameras and back them with "cutting edge video analytics."
Facial scanner at Seattle airport is the latest in growing federal biometric program
Airlines say it's more convenient, immigration authorities say it will keep borders safe, but privacy advocates say the expanding program has already reached too far.
Orlando airport rolling out facial recognition on all international flights
Orlando International will soon become the first U.S. airport to use biometric technology to screen all international passengers.
LAX facial recognition pilot deemed successful, Lufthansa rolls out biometric gates
A recent three-week pilot shows that facial recognition is speeding up identity screening at one of the world's busiest airports.
Upcoming facial recognition ruling to set precedent for law enforcement
The Florida First District Court of Appeal is now deciding whether technology used in a drug arrest was sufficient for conviction.