Is privacy a real concern?

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John Woodward contends that, by properly addressing privacy issues, a successful deployment is possible

Just the mere suggestion of scanning a person's iris to gain entrance to a building can send many privacy-conscious individuals running scared. The use of biometrics - that is, simply the automatic recognition of a person using distinguishing traits - raises privacy concerns galore, yet, it can ...

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