Recent Examples of biometric from the Web
Cigna is a new major sponsor and will be on-site with its mobile clinic, offering biometric screenings.
Their identities are being verified through biometric data.
The rule would also allow Immigration and Customs Enforcement to collect biometric data, such as fingerprints, of the sponsors and other adults in the home.
Facebook has argued that the collection of biometric data caused no real harm to the people suing, but by granting class-action status, the judge indicated that a potential invasion of privacy was harm enough to allow the case to proceed.
This includes credit card numbers, travel records, religious affiliations, web search results, biometric data from wearable fitness monitors, and internet (IP) and personal computer addresses.
The law requires companies to get permission from consumers before collecting biometric data such as fingerprints, iris scans and images of faces.
Some law-enforcement agencies in the United Kingdom are already experimenting with field devices that can extract biometric data from fingerprints.
Many OEMs, including Dell with the new XPS 15 2-in-1, have incorporated power/fingerprint-reader combo buttons to avoid using space on the palm rests for the finger sensor and to make Windows biometric login faster and easier.
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medical Definition of biometric
- the biometric analysis of infant mortality
- biometric identification
- Retina scanners are not the only example of biometric technology, which uses machines to identify people by their physical characteristics …
- —Discover, February 1990
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