The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has released an eight-year plan to incorporate biometric technology, including facial recognition and fingerprints at airports across the country. The roadmap, released Oct. 15, would see the agency roll out facial scanners for its international and Pre-Check Program members, before expanding the technology to include other domestic travelers at US airports. “With the threat to aviation evolving every day, developing the next ...

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