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Will Fingerprints Rule Over Passwords?

Paul Lee, head of technology, media, and telecoms research at Deloitte, said that using fingerprints to access email, online banking, streaming services such as Spotify and Netflix and newspaper subscriptions would help consumers who may feel overwhelmed by the number of passwords they have to remember. 109 more words

Consumer Confidence

David Warms Up: Day 55


Two cops, FRANCES and LUCIUS, hurry down the hallway. They’re following a dribbling trail of blood along the tacky carpet. LUCIUS, the younger of the two, thinks aloud. 333 more words


At Least 858 Immigrants “Mistakenly” Granted Citizenship

Hundreds of illegal immigrants from terrorist hotbeds who were supposed to have been deported were instead granted citizenship because Homeland Security didn’t have fingerprints on file to check their identity, the department’s inspector general said in a stunning new report Monday. 458 more words


Brits trust banks more than the Government with their biometric data

Source: Visa

Britons are placing their trust in banks over government agencies, according to new research from Visa to protect their biometric data such as fingerprints and iris scans. 354 more words


Digital identities

Fingerprints are unique to every individual. And so are biometrics. 646 more words

Odds & Ends

Fingerprint clouds

Many people think of clouds,

look at them and are in awe of their

vast displays of colors, varieties

and ever changing “moods.”

I almost called this, “Fractured.” 96 more words


Disney Now Scans the Fingers of 3-Year-Old Kids

Disney, in a bid to snuff out customers sharing tickets, is now asking for tiny tykes to put their wee fingers in a scanning machine before they can enter the Magic Kingdom. 354 more words