U.S. Advances Facial Recognition At Orlando International Airport

A joint plan by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) to accelerate deployment of biometric facial recognition scans on every passenger arriving or departing on international flights at the airport is reviving privacy concerns. In a June 21 statement, CBP...

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