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BIOMETRIX RFID In the WorkPlace

STATES PASSING LAW FORBID EXCESSIVE DATA GATHERING of EMPLOYEES via fingerprint biometrix timeclock

Taylor Carrere, 9 October 2017

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Taylor Carrere, 9 October 2017

Most people are familiar with the phrase “punching the clock” as a way of saying that they have checked into work and are now on duty for their job. However, only the few that have actually used a time clock or have seen them in old movies are familiar with where the phrase actually originates.

Developed in the late 1800’s, time clocks were used by factory owners to keep track of their employees’ hours. Upon arriving or leaving work, the employee would insert a thick paper card–hence, the name time card–into the time clock, which would stamp the card. The employer could later review the time card to check the employee’s hours.

Modern-day technology, however, has made this process much simpler, and few, if any, employers actually use physical time cards to keep track of their employees’ hours. Some of these newer methods, however, are coming under scrutiny for their potential to invade employees’ privacy.

On Monday, October 2nd, Casey Lundsteen filed a suit in an Illinois federal court, proposing a class action against Superior Air-Ground Ambulance Service, Inc. (Superior) for its alleged misuse of the biometric data of its employees. Lundsteen claimed that the company forces its employees to use biometric fingerprint scanners to clock in and out of work and that the company neither asks for its employees’ consent nor properly manages the aggregated data as required by Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).

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This quickly led to the creation of huge databases .

Although the use of fingerprints, iris and facial scans

are part of NATO operations, the information ends

up in US military and intelligence databases . By the

middle of 2011, it was calculated that 1 .5m citizens in

Afghanistan – one in 20 of the population – had their

facial, fingerprint and iris information stored on US

databases . By now, that number is probably over two

million .

By the middle of 2011, it was calculated that 1 .5m

citizens in Afghanistan – one in 20 of the population

– had their facial, fingerprint and iris information

stored on US databases . By now, that number is

probably over two million .


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This show continues to lead the way as Europe’s largest dedicated event –

as well as being the most ‘international’ biometrics show in the world, with

participation from 50+ countries . This year our show has attempted to become

more ‘alive’ with technology . Biometrics is clearly an engaging technology and

we believe our show should reflect that, allowing visitors to get hands on through

our new demonstration area, for example, or in the conference via multiple

opportunities for human/machine interaction .

Other highlights also include a special area – New Connections Exhibition Zone –

for new companies in the biometric space, as well as a Meet and Greet area to allow

suppliers to make direct appointments with interested visitors .

Our show is supported by many partners, including industry, the media, government,

academia and associations . Therefore we would like to take this opportunity to thank

them, as well as our main sponsors . Our Premier sponsors this year are: Fujitsu

Technology Solutions and NEC, while our other valued sponsors are: Cognitec,

Cross Match Technologies, DigitalPersona, GE Heathcare, IntegenX, Institution of

Engineering and Technology, Key Forensic Services and Safran Morpho .


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MILITARY INVADED by ISLAMIC TECHNOLOGY MONITORING of RFID

MILITARY INVADED by ISLAMIC TECHNOLOGY MONITORING of RFID

CHINA JOINS ALIBABA to Put Chips in Food and on Windshields

ALIBABA WEBSITE SELLS RFID CHIPS FOR EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE

ALIBABA WEBSITE SELLS RFID CHIPS FOR EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE

ALIBABA WEBSITE SELLS RFID CHIPS FOR EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE

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CHINA PUTS BIOMETRIX FACIAL RECOGNITION CHIP IN CARS

ALIBABA WEBSITE SELLS RFID CHIPS FOR EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE

ALIBABA WEBSITE SELLS RFID CHIPS FOR EVERYTHING YOU CAN IMAGINE

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