A joint plan by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Florida’s Orlando International Airport (MCO) to accelerate deployment of biometric facial recognition scans on every passenger arriving or departing on international flights at the airport is reviving privacy concerns. Orlando would be the first US airport to fully implement the procedures, although a completion date for the process remains unspecified. In a June 21 statement, CBP said it was teaming with the aviation ...

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