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  • Who’s minding the foreign student visas holders?
    Who’s minding the foreign student visas holders?
    Currently there are 1.11 million foreign students studying at nearly 9,000 educational institutions inside the U.S. And according to the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) there are only 28 field representatives for the entire program...
  • The harvest of War
    Dismantling America War after War
    War is a racket. The Korean war... To finally understand the motivations and justification behind The Korean War, and how it contributed to our loss of liberty and fortune, it has to be understood after the fact, with both sides weighed and...
  • Suspected NSA Double Agent Arrested
    Facebook base may be better than the FBI facial recognition base
    This summer the FBI NGI, Next Generation Identification, becomes reality, according to The Verge today. However, questions surrounding the accuracy of the FBI facial recognition data base have surfaced.Facebook may be better in its facial...
  • Bionym's Nymi lets your heart be the key to your Bitcoin wallet
    Bionym's Nymi wristband lets you use your heart to open your Bitcoin wallet
    Your heartbeat is about to become the key to your Bitcoin wallet—if you have one.Canadian biometrics startup Bionym announced that one of the first apps for its Nymi wristband—which uses the user's ECG wave to authenticate identity...
  • The reflections in your eye leads to help in forensic investigations
    The reflections in your eye leads to help in forensic investigations
    Researchers are onto using images caught in the eye as being available to capture and transfer of the image for forensics into criminal investigation, reports the Monday edition of the South China Morning Post.Scientists have discovered that the...
  • 3 biometric workouts to help you lose weight today
    3 biometric workouts to help you lose weight today
    For years, the technology of biometrics has been known to be used in smartphone technology, utilized by law enforcement as a crime-fighting tool and put to use by enterprises for security identification systems, such as voice and face recognition,...
  • Report: 990 million mobile devices to have biometrics by 2017
    Report: 990 million mobile devices to have biometrics by 2017
    Step aside passwords, make way for biometrics. A new study projected that by the year 2017, more than 990 million mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, will have biometric features, such as fingerprint sensors. This could very well...
  • Race is on to unlock secrets of the fingerprint
    Race is on to unlock secrets of the fingerprint
    Today consumers will be flocking to Apple stores and other retail outlets to get their smartphone-sweaty hands on the new iPhone 5s. But the flag is going up on another event today – a race to become the first to hack into the phone’s...
  • BIOSwimmer robot Tuna works with US Homeland Security
    BIOSwimmer robot Tuna works with US Homeland Security
    It looks like a tuna and acts like a fish, but it’s not a real fish. The century-old museum battle ship is at work, The Battleship TEXAS, is the platform for new technology a highly maneuverable six-foot long robotic fish shaped like a tuna....
  • Nymi
    Device-agnostic Nymi authenticates you using your heartbeat
    Think fingerprint recognition, retina scans or facial recognition are the be-all and end-all of security? Not so, says Bionym, which introduced a heartbeat recognition device on Tuesday (via BetaKit).It's calle Nymi. It features an...
  • 5-11 Campaign ends
    National 5-11 Campaign against REAL ID falters but Texans fight on
    http://www.examiner.com/video/posted-on-youtube-may-9-2013-hidden-national-id-card-immigration-reformThe 5-11 Campaign against REAL ID and similar government surveillance actions has announced its inability to continue its public service...
  • Texas Horsecrap ID Card
    Texas politicians still shoveling REAL ID horse manure
    The Texas REAL ID bill, considered by many in the Lone Star State as horse manure, is scheduled to be heard on May 2, 2013, before the Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee in Austin.REAL ID is like a dead horse that won't stay dead,...
  • Religious groups object to global id; call biometric id the mark of the beast
    Religious groups object to global ID; call biometric ID the mark of the beast
    Many Christian groups are calling biometricidentification the fulfillment of Revelations 13:16-18.The Book of Revelations in the Christian Bible speaks of a global government in which a person will not be able to “buy or sell, except the one...
  • Biometrics and fingerprint scanning (Video)
    Biometrics and fingerprint scanning (Video)
    We gain access to secured places and things a number of ways: what we have (keys or magnetic stripe access cards,)what we know (PINs and passwords,) and,what we are (biometrics.)Biometrics is the technology of authenticating a person’s...
  • Biometrics used at Disney World
    Alabama researcher gets biometrics security grant
    Qi Hao, Assistant Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Alabama, received a three year $420,000 per year grant from the National Science Foundation of February 22, 2011, to investigate cognitive sensing...