I would be concerned if the card generates a single pseudonym that remains constant everywhere it is used
Privacy is not a political issue, but an animal need
The necessary starting point for all thinking about biometrics
The simplicity of this algorithm suggests that it will work with other biometrics. In short, the work implies that biometric templates and match scores must be considered identifiable data.
The implications of being able to link one transaction to another…
We need legal redress – like we would have for someone who pretends he's a brain surgeon and then cut peoples’ heads open.
Choicepoint beats out Google, despite momentum from its purchase of DoubleClick…
Someone can prove they have a key. Noone can prove someone doesn't have a key.
If you're looking for ramifications, you've come to the right place
The fine discussion of the problems with conventional biometrics leaves one more skeptical than ever about their use in schools and pubs