DHS Announces Program to ILLEGALLY Scan Our Faces And They’re Forcing Us To Pay For It

SHTFplan by Rachel Blevins   Both Congress and the Department of Homeland Security have never justified the biometric scanners at airports that could cost Americans $1 billion in 2018. As TSA agents continue to prove their incompetence in the “War on Terror,” the Department of Homeland Security is now allocating $1 billion in taxpayer funding…

Arizona Citizens Tracked In Facial Recognition Database In First Step For REAL ID Implementation

Activist Post By Aaron Kesel   Arizona citizens are now in a government database that uses facial recognition technology to track them simply for getting a driver’s license. This allows federal and local law enforcement to use the “perpetual lineup” of suspects not accused of a crime to see if someone is wanted for a crime,…

Traveling? Prepare to Surrender Biometric Data to Big Brother

The New American by Alex Newman   Without any statutory or constitutional authority, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is plotting to force all Americans traveling internationally to have their faces scanned for biometric data. Pilot programs are already occurring at major U.S. airports. And for those Americans who do not wish to have their…

New Report Warns Of Growing Biometric Surveillance State

Activist Post By Derrick Broze   A recently released report from the Center for Privacy and Technology is calling attention to the growing danger of facial recognition software. Georgetown Law University’s Center for Privacy and Technology has released a new report detailing how law enforcement is using facial recognition software without the knowledge or consent of…

Study: 1 in 2 American Adults Already In Facial Recognition Network

Vocativ By Kevin Collier   Half of all American adults are already in some sort of facial recognition network accessible to law enforcement, according to a comprehensive new study. Conducted over a year and relying in part on Freedom of Information and public record requests to 106 law enforcement agencies, the study, conducted by Georgetown…

US Spies Are Building Software to Spot Your Suspicious Behavior In Live Video

Defense One by ALIYA STERNSTEIN   The intelligence community is working on amping up people-recognition power to spot, in live videos, shooters and potential terrorists before they have a chance to attack. Part of the problem with current video surveillance techniques is the difficulty of recognizing objects and people, simultaneously, in real-time. But Deep Intermodal Video Analytics, or DIVA,…