Biometrics Shifting from Defensive to Offensive Uses in Iraq

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“It had to be you…“(click to view full) America’s recently-passed 2007 supplemental defense funding bill (#2) included $320 million for an unusual weapon: biometrics. Fingerprinting, iris scanning, certain approaches to automated facial recognition, DNA, and more are all part of biometrics, which seeks to identify humans based on unique physical characteristics. Back in May 2005, […]

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