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[03/17/2006] Scientists launch big genetic database project
A major project to collect DNA samples and medical data from 500,000 people was launched on Wednesday to study how genes, lifestyle and environment affect the risk of disease. » More

[03/14/2006] Paying by iris and fingerprint - the next chip and PIN?
Shoppers in Oxford started to pay with their fingers this month, as the Co-op launched its trial of a biometric fingerprint payment system. » More

[03/10/2006] Fingertip analyzer could thwart subway bombers
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[03/10/2006] Airport eye scan checks extended
Eye-scanning technology is being used at Heathrow Airport\'s busiest terminal to speed up immigration checks. » More

[03/01/2006] Here\'s something to chew on: ID in teeth
It is the ID card you will never lose or forget to carry with you unless your teeth fall out. Scientists have implanted an ID chip into a tooth to show how detailed personal information can be stored.\n » More

[02/21/2006] Biometrics, ID cards, tagging, DNA kits being pushed on kids
A Reader has alerted us to the following website and stalls all around the country that are actively pushing biometrics, ID cards and \"do it yourself\" DNA kits on children. » More

[12/02/2005] EU ministers approve biometric ID, fingerprint data sharing
The European biometric ID card takes another step forward this week, with the European Justice and Home Affairs Council set to approve \"minimum security standards\" for national ID cards. » More

[12/01/2005] Show Your Hand, Not Your ID
Colleges use biometric scanners to screen for access to dining halls, labs, dorms, gyms, and computer networks » More

[10/19/2005] Open season on DNA may not be far away
Want to keep your DNA out of the hands of the government? Think your DNA is too private to be forced to give to government bureaucrats to analyze, catalog, share, retain indefinitely and possibly abuse? Tough luck. » More

[10/17/2005] Minister\'s shock claim: ID scheme to check 13 biometrics
Home Office Minister Tony McNulty told Sunday\'s BBC Radio 4 World at One programme that the possibility of errors in one type of scan was precisely why the UK ID card system would be able to check 13 biometrics. » More

[10/15/2005] Biometrics industry is poised to grow
\"Your mind boggles at how many different applications there are for security and safety using biometrics,\" said Richard L. Soloway, founder and chairman of Napco Security Systems, an Amityville alarm-system maker that has biometric alarm systems. » More

[10/14/2005] Biometric ATMs Not Being Used in U.S.
Colombia is one of the few places in the world where banks are using fingerprint biometrics, which verify people\'s identities based on their unique physical characteristics. » More

[10/06/2005] Airport eyes scanner security
Eye scans and fingerprint readers could be part of a new effort to shorten the wait at security checkpoints for travelers at Albany International Airport and dozens of other terminals nationwide.\n » More

[07/31/2005] Finger all some retailers need for payment
The owner of BioPay LLC, which makes the technology used at the store, predicts the finger scan soon will be ubiquitous, offering speed and convenience for consumers. But civil libertarians have raised privacy concerns, citing some recent problems. » More