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Samsung working on fixing a bug in the Galaxy S10 that lets anyone's fingerprint open the phone
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Samsung working on fixing a bug in the Galaxy S10 that lets anyone's fingerprint open the phone

South Korea’s online-only KaKaobank has told customers to stop using the Galaxy 10 fingerprint recognition function.

In effort to combat teacher absenteeism, India may be taking excessively strict measures against educators
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In effort to combat teacher absenteeism, India may be taking excessively strict measures against educators

From selfie stick to biometric attendance and signature from parents – India has tried every possible alternative to monitor the attendance of teachers.

TV users can soon switch service providers without changing the set-top box: Trai
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TV users can soon switch service providers without changing the set-top box: Trai

Trai chairman released a study on the open ecosystem for devices in India, prepared by ICEA.

Banks confused on biometric use post Aadhaar verdict, says former RBI deputy governor R Gandhi
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Banks confused on biometric use post Aadhaar verdict, says former RBI deputy governor R Gandhi

Former RBI deputy governor R Gandhi on Tuesday said following the Supreme Court order in the Aadhaar case, there is great uncertainty, confusion and reluctance on the part of banks and financial institutions to use biometrics as the basis for identifying individuals

UIDAI mulls over new plans to make Aadhaar enrolment and updation easier
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UIDAI mulls over new plans to make Aadhaar enrolment and updation easier

UIDAI is mulling over providing non-biometric assistance for Aadhaar enrolment, updation services.

'Security state' China is using QR codes, big data to track, monitor Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang, claims Human Rights Watch
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'Security state' China is using QR codes, big data to track, monitor Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang, claims Human Rights Watch

China is using latest biometric and surveillance technology including installing QR codes on homes of the Uyghur ethnic community in the Xinjiang to track their movement and get instant access to the personal details of people living in the area, a report in the Human Rights Watch said.

Honor 8X and 8X Max launched in China with 6.5-inches and 7.12-inches screen size
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Honor 8X and 8X Max launched in China with 6.5-inches and 7.12-inches screen size

The Honor 8X and 8X Max come in the Magic Night Black and Charm Blue colour variants.

Facial recognition helps arrest man with fake French passport entering the US
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Facial recognition helps arrest man with fake French passport entering the US

Facial recognition has been growing for law enforcement, border control as concerns rise on privacy.

UIDAI mandates facial recognition for Aadhaar authentication as added security
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UIDAI mandates facial recognition for Aadhaar authentication as added security

Any service provider using Aadhaar for identification, will have to mandatorily use facial recognition.

UIDAI to educate people on the do's and don'ts of sharing Aadhaar number
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UIDAI to educate people on the do's and don'ts of sharing Aadhaar number

The FAQ will address nearly half a dozen queries related to the issue that has been hotly debated over.

TRAI chief RS Sharma cannot be prosecuted for disclosing his Aadhaar card details: Here's a look at reasons why
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TRAI chief RS Sharma cannot be prosecuted for disclosing his Aadhaar card details: Here's a look at reasons why

Aadhaar challenge has now been followed by a UIDAI warning against the disclosure of Aadhaar numbers.

Gave Aadhaar dare as an ordinary citizen of India, says Trai Chairman RS Sharma
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Gave Aadhaar dare as an ordinary citizen of India, says Trai Chairman RS Sharma

RS Sharma, former UIDAI director general, has been an ardent supporter of the Aadhaar programme.

Madras High Court orders installation of biometric device in Lord Muruga Temple to check unauthorised staff
India

Madras High Court orders installation of biometric device in Lord Muruga Temple to check unauthorised staff

The Madras High Court bench in Madurai on Tuesday ordered a biometric attendance system to be put in place for the staff of the famous Lord Muruga temple in Tiruchendur on a PIL that alleged fleecing of devotees by unauthorised priests in the name of god.

Aadhaar story so far: The arguments made by petitioners and State from Days 15 to 25 of SC hearings
India

Aadhaar story so far: The arguments made by petitioners and State from Days 15 to 25 of SC hearings

Part II lists the contentions made by the petitioners from Days 15 to 19, and those of the State from Days 20 to 25 of the Aadhaar hearings

UIDAI set to introduce face authentication feature for verifying Aadhaar users from 1 July
India

UIDAI set to introduce face authentication feature for verifying Aadhaar users from 1 July

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is all set to make face authentication available alongside iris or fingerprint scan as means of verifying Aadhaar users from 1 July, 2018

Government's concept 'Digiyatra' could soon enable seamless biometric experience across all airports in India
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Government's concept 'Digiyatra' could soon enable seamless biometric experience across all airports in India

The paperless travel experience for passengers will be delivered across India leveraging Aadhaar to create the world's most efficient travel system.

UIDAI introduces special blue coloured 'Baal Aadhaar' for children below the age of 5
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UIDAI introduces special blue coloured 'Baal Aadhaar' for children below the age of 5

The Baal Aadhaar will be linked with his/her parent's UID. A biometric update is mandatory at age 5, at age 10 and again at age 15.

Aadhaar hearing in Supreme Court: Will State give citizens rights only if they agree to being tracked forever, asks lawyer Shyam Divan
India

Aadhaar hearing in Supreme Court: Will State give citizens rights only if they agree to being tracked forever, asks lawyer Shyam Divan

The Supreme Court continued the hearing on the Aadhaar case on Thursday. Senior counsel Shyam Divan continued his arguments for the second day.

Aadhaar security breaches: Here are the major untoward incidents that have happened with Aadhaar and what was actually affected
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Aadhaar security breaches: Here are the major untoward incidents that have happened with Aadhaar and what was actually affected

Despite the number of reports over the last couple of years, UIDAI has maintained that the Aadhaar server and the biometric data is safe.