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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTS3YXBP 
December 22, 2021 
A traveler uses a Clear Plus biometric verification system before entering security inside the United... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Holiday season at Los Angeles airport 
A traveler uses a Clear Plus biometric verification system before entering security inside the United Airlines terminal at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) during the holiday season as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Omicron variant threatens to increase case numbers in Los Angeles, California, U.S., December 22, 2021. REUTERS/Bing Guan 
USA-BIOMETRICS/PRIVACY
RTXH8MVT 
June 14, 2021 
Co-Founder Thomas Sawyer stands in front of his facial recognition system from the company Blue Line... 
St. Louis, UNITED STATES 
U.S. biometric use largely unchecked in U.S. businesses 
Co-Founder Thomas Sawyer stands in front of his facial recognition system from the company Blue Line Technology, at a convenience store in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S., June 14, 2021. Picture taken June 14, 2021. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant 
USA-IMMIGRATION/BORDER
RTXAZXYD 
March 30, 2021 
A migrant and her daughter have their biometric data entered at the intake area of the Donna Department... 
DONNA, UNITED STATES 
Department of Homeland Security holding facility in the Rio Grande Valley 
A migrant and her daughter have their biometric data entered at the intake area of the Donna Department of Homeland Security holding facility, the main detention centre for unaccompanied children in the Rio Grande Valley, in Donna, Texas, Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Dario Lopez-Mills/Pool via REUTERS 
USA-IMMIGRATION/BORDER
RTXAZXVM 
March 30, 2021 
A migrant and her daughter have their biometric data entered at the intake area of the Donna Department... 
DONNA, UNITED STATES 
Department of Homeland Security holding facility in the Rio Grande Valley 
A migrant and her daughter have their biometric data entered at the intake area of the Donna Department of Homeland Security holding facility, the main detention center for unaccompanied children in the Rio Grande Valley, in Donna, Texas, Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Dario Lopez-Mills/Pool via REUTERS 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-AIRPORTS
RTX7L39A 
July 22, 2020 
A passenger walks toward the airbridge as another walks up to use biometric boarding for an international... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
A passenger walks up to use biometric boarding at IAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston... 
A passenger walks toward the airbridge as another walks up to use biometric boarding for an international flight United Airlines flight at IAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Houston, Texas, U.S., July 21, 2020. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-AIRPORTS
RTX7L37R 
July 22, 2020 
A passenger is confirmed to board as he uses biometric boarding for an international flight from IAH... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
A passenger is confirmed to board as he uses biometric boarding at IAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport... 
A passenger is confirmed to board as he uses biometric boarding for an international flight from IAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Houston, Texas, U.S., July 21, 2020. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-AIRPORTS
RTX7L36M 
July 22, 2020 
A female passenger uses biometric boarding for an international flight from IAH George Bush Intercontinental... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
A passenger uses biometric boarding for an international flight from IAH George Bush Intercontinental... 
A female passenger uses biometric boarding for an international flight from IAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Houston, Texas, U.S., July 21, 2020. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-AIRPORTS
RTX7L2ZY 
July 22, 2020 
A United Airlines employee helps a passenger position himself as he uses biometric boarding to board... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
United Airlines employee positions a traveler using biometric boarding at IAH airport in Houston 
A United Airlines employee helps a passenger position himself as he uses biometric boarding to board an international flight from IAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Houston, Texas, U.S., July 21, 2020. REUTERS/Adrees Latif 
TECH-CES/
RTX21LO4 
January 09, 2016 
Mark Bridgwater and Zohra Hasta ride in a Pioneer In-Vehicle Context Awareness simulator during the 2016... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Mark Bridgwater and Zohra Hasta ride in a Pioneer In-Vehicle Context Awareness simulator during the 2016... 
Mark Bridgwater and Zohra Hasta ride in a Pioneer In-Vehicle Context Awareness simulator during the 2016 CES trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 8, 2016. The simulator features a variety of technologies including a wake-up fragrance sprayed from the dash when biometric sensors in the driver's seat detect driver fatigue. REUTERS/Steve Marcus 
USA-HEALTH/
RTX1P00C 
August 20, 2015 
Guests use Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirts embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data during... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Guests use Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirts embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data during... 
Guests use Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirts embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data during a presentation in New York, August 20, 2015. The PoloTech shirt will measure heart rate and calories burned and streams the information to an iPhone app designed to generate a customized workout program. The Men's shirt will go on sale August 27 for $295 as part of the relaunch of Ralph Lauren’s Polo Sport line. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-HEALTH/
RTX1P00B 
August 20, 2015 
Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirts, embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data, are displayed... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirts, embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data, are displayed... 
Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirts, embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data, are displayed during a presentation in New York, August 20, 2015. The PoloTech shirt will measure heart rate and calories burned and streams the information to an iPhone app designed to generate a customized workout program. The Men's shirt will go on sale August 27 for $295 as part of the relaunch of Ralph Lauren’s Polo Sport line. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-HEALTH/
RTX1P009 
August 20, 2015 
A model wears a Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirt embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A model wears a Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirt embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data... 
A model wears a Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirt embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data during a presentation in New York, August 20, 2015. The PoloTech shirt will measure heart rate and calories burned and streams the information to an iPhone app designed to generate a customized workout program. The Men's shirt will go on sale August 27 for $295 as part of the relaunch of Ralph Lauren’s Polo Sport line. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-HEALTH/
RTX1P008 
August 20, 2015 
David Lauren, Executive Vice President of Ralph Lauren Corporation, speaks with models as they use Ralph... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
David Lauren, Executive Vice President of Ralph Lauren Corporation, speaks with models as they use Ralph... 
David Lauren, Executive Vice President of Ralph Lauren Corporation, speaks with models as they use Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirts embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data during a presentation in New York, August 20, 2015. The PoloTech shirt will measure heart rate and calories burned and streams the information to an iPhone app designed to generate a customized workout program. The Men's shirt will go on sale August 27 for $295 as part of the relaunch of Ralph Lauren’s Polo Sport line. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-HEALTH/
RTX1P007 
August 20, 2015 
A model wears a Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirt embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A model wears a Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirt embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data... 
A model wears a Ralph Lauren’s PoloTech shirt embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data during a presentation in New York, August 20, 2015. The PoloTech shirt will measure heart rate and calories burned and streams the information to an iPhone app designed to generate a customized workout program. The Men's shirt will go on sale August 27 for $295 as part of the relaunch of Ralph Lauren’s Polo Sport line. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-HEALTH/
RTX1P002 
August 20, 2015 
A model wears a Ralph Lauren Polo Tech shirt, which is embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Model wears a Ralph Lauren PoloTech shirt, which is embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric... 
A model wears a Ralph Lauren Polo Tech shirt, which is embedded with sensors that read real-time biometric data, during a presentation in New York, August 20, 2015. The PoloTech shirt measures the wearer's heart rate and number of calories burned, and streams the information to an iPhone app designed to generate a customized workout program. The men's shirt will go on sale August 27 for $295 as part of the relaunch of Ralph Lauren’s Polo Sport line. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-OBAMA/
RTR4UJAB 
March 23, 2015 
U.S. President Barack Obama reacts while listening to Nikhil Behari, 14, from Sewickley, Pennsylvania,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Obama reacts while listening to Behar as he plays host to the 2015 White House Science Fair at the White... 
U.S. President Barack Obama reacts while listening to Nikhil Behari, 14, from Sewickley, Pennsylvania, who is designing a biometric security system for computers to help identify a user by their typing style, as Obama plays host to the 2015 White House Science Fair at the White House in Washington, March 23, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
USA-FLORIDA/EDUCATION-BIOMETRICS
RTX1882R 
February 04, 2014 
Florida State Senator Dorothy Hukill (R-Orange Park) stands next to a poster outside her office in the... 
Tallahassee, UNITED STATES 
Florida State Senator Hukill stands next to a poster outside her office in the state Senate Office Building... 
Florida State Senator Dorothy Hukill (R-Orange Park) stands next to a poster outside her office in the state Senate Office Building in Tallahassee, Florida February 4, 2014. Florida is considering legislation to sharply regulate the use of fingerprint, palm print, iris scans and other biometric identification systems once found only in futuristic thrillers such as "Mission: Impossible" and "Minority Report." REUTERS/Bill Cotterell (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS) 
SECURITY-FINGERPRINTS/
RTR1YQW8 
March 25, 2008 
A traveler has his fingerprints scanned at the international travel entry point at JFK International... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Traveler has his fingerprints scanned at international travel entry point at JFK International Airport... 
A traveler has his fingerprints scanned at the international travel entry point at JFK International Airport in New York, March 25, 2008. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced that it has upgraded from two to 10 fingerprint collection to enhance security and facilitate legitimate travel. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES) 
USA
RTXNWH1 
October 24, 2005 
The new biometric passport issued to British Ambassador to the United States David Manning is shown to... 
Washington, USA 
The new biometric passport issued to British Ambassador to the United States David Manning is shown ..... 
The new biometric passport issued to British Ambassador to the United States David Manning is shown to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. 
USA
RTXNWH0 
October 24, 2005 
A tiny black square security chip embedded in the new biometric passport of British Ambassador to the... 
Washington, USA 
A tiny black square security chip embedded in the new biometric passport of British Ambassador to th..... 
A tiny black square security chip embedded in the new biometric passport of British Ambassador to the United States David Manning is shown to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. 
USA
RTXNWGZ 
October 24, 2005 
A new British biometric passport is shown atop a special reader can take the holder's information off... 
Washington, USA 
A new British biometric passport is shown atop a special reader can take the holder's information of..... 
A new British biometric passport is shown atop a special reader can take the holder's information off an embedded security chip, during a showing for the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. Under the first phase of a week-long test of the UK's new biometric passport issuing system, the new biometric passports are embedded with features like a security chip bearing the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. 
MANNING
RTXNWGY 
October 24, 2005 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the... 
Washington, USA 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the..... 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. 
MANNING
RTXNWGX 
October 24, 2005 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the... 
Washington, USA 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the..... 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. 
SECURITY PASSPORT
RTR19XPR 
October 24, 2005 
The new biometric passport issued to British Ambassador to the United States David Manning is shown to... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
New biometric passport of British Ambassador to US David Manning is shown in Washington 
The new biometric passport issued to British Ambassador to the United States David Manning is shown to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
SECURITY PASSPORT
RTR19XON 
October 24, 2005 
A new British biometric passport is shown atop a special reader can take the holder's information off... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
New British biometric passport is shown next to passport reader at British Embassy in Washington 
A new British biometric passport is shown atop a special reader can take the holder's information off an embedded security chip, during a showing for the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. Under the first phase of a week-long test of the UK's new biometric passport issuing system, the new biometric passports are embedded with features like a security chip bearing the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
SECURITY PASSPORT
RTR19XOC 
October 24, 2005 
A new British biometric passport is shown atop a special reader connected to a computer that can read... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
The new British biometric passport is shown next to a chip reader at the British Embassy in Washington... 
A new British biometric passport is shown atop a special reader connected to a computer that can read the passport holders personal information at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. Under the first phase of a week-long test of the UK's new biometric passport issuing system, the new biometric passports are embedded with features like a security chip bearing the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
SECURITY PASSPORT
RTR19XD4 
October 24, 2005 
A new British biometric passport is shown under ultra-violet light to demonstrate its new embedded security... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
The new British biometric passport is shown under ultra-voilet light at the British Embassy in Washington... 
A new British biometric passport is shown under ultra-violet light to demonstrate its new embedded security features at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. Under the first phase of a week-long test of the UK's new biometric passport issuing system, the new biometric passports are embedded with features like a security chip bearing the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
SECURITY PASSPORT
RTR19XCX 
October 24, 2005 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
British Ambassador to US David Manning shows his new biometric passport in Washington 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
SECURITY PASSPORT
RTR19WYI 
October 24, 2005 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
British Ambassador to US David Manning shows his new biometric passport in Washington 
British Ambassador to the United States David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
SECURITY PASSPORT
RTR19WJY 
October 24, 2005 
A tiny black square security chip embedded in the new biometric passport of British Ambassador to the... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Security chip on British Ambassador David Mannings passport is shown at British Embassy in Washington... 
A tiny black square security chip embedded in the new biometric passport of British Ambassador to the United States David Manning is shown to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
SECURITY PASSPORT
RTR19WIY 
October 24, 2005 
British Ambassador to the United States Sir David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
British Ambassador to the U.S. David Manning shows his new biometric passport in Washington 
British Ambassador to the United States Sir David Manning shows off his new UK biometric passport to the press at the British Embassy in Washington, October 24, 2005. The new British biometric passport contains features like a security chip embedded with the passport holder's personal information (small black square on top page) along with other security features to help prevent passport forgery. All 27 nations that currently hold special visa-free status with the U.S. are required to begin issuing biometric passports by October 26, 2006 in order to meet U.S. government passport control deadlines. REUTERS/Jason Reed 
USA
RTXNKGZ 
June 21, 2005 
Steven Brill (L), founder and CEO of Verified Identity Pass, Inc., has his iris image checked by 'Clear'... 
Orlando, USA 
Steven Brill (L), founder and CEO of Verified Identity Pass, Inc., has his iris image checked by 'Cl..... 
Steven Brill (L), founder and CEO of Verified Identity Pass, Inc., has his iris image checked by 'Clear' a new air safety device built by his company during a demonstration at the Orlando International Airport June 21, 2005. For a fee, air travelers can enroll in a registered traveler program, submit biometric information (fingerprints and iris images), and if approved, take advantage of a 'fast lane' at airport security checkpoints. 
USA
RTXNKGY 
June 21, 2005 
Brigitte Rivera Goersch (R), director of security at the Orlando International Airport, has her iris... 
Orlando, USA 
Brigitte Rivera Goersch (R), director of security at the Orlando International Airport, has her iris..... 
Brigitte Rivera Goersch (R), director of security at the Orlando International Airport, has her iris image checked by 'Clear', a new air safety device built by Verified Indentity Pass Inc. during a demonstration at the Orlando International Airport June 21, 2005. At left is Verified Identity Pass Inc.'s Xiomara Podhajser. For a fee, air travelers can enroll in a registered traveler program, submit biometric information (fingerprints and iris images), and if approved, take advantage of a 'fast lane' at airport security checkpoints. 
SECURITY EYESCAN
RTRF3UU 
June 21, 2005 
Brigitte Rivera Goersch, director of security at the Orlando International Airport, holds a 'Clear' card... 
Orlando, USA 
New air safety technology which uses fingerprints and iris images demonstrated in Orlando. 
Brigitte Rivera Goersch, director of security at the Orlando International Airport, holds a 'Clear' card which contains biometric information, part of a new air safety device built by Verified Indentity Pass Inc. during a demonstration at the Orlando International Airport June 21, 2005. For a fee, air travelers can enroll in a registered traveler program, submit biometric information (fingerprints and iris images) which is placed on the card, and if approved, take advantage of a 'fast lane' at airport security checkpoints. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS 
SECURITY EYESCAN
RTRF3NF 
June 21, 2005 
Founder and CEO of Verified Identity Pass, Inc. Brill has his iris image checked with new air safety... 
Orlando, USA 
Founder and CEO of Verified Identity Pass, Inc. Brill has his iris image checked with new air safety... 
Founder and CEO of Verified Identity Pass, Inc. Brill has his iris image checked with new air safety technology during demonstration in Orlando. Steven Brill (L), founder and CEO of Verified Identity Pass, Inc., has his iris image checked by 'Clear' a new air safety device built by his company during a demonstration at the Orlando International Airport June 21, 2005. For a fee, air travelers can enroll in a registered traveler program, submit biometric information (fingerprints and iris images), and if approved, take advantage of a 'fast lane' at airport security checkpoints. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
SECURITY EYESCAN
RTRF3N6 
June 21, 2005 
Directory of security Goersch has iris image checked with new air safety technology during demonstration... 
Orlando, USA 
Directory of security Goersch has iris image checked with new air safety technology during ... 
Directory of security Goersch has iris image checked with new air safety technology during demonstration in Orlando. Brigitte Rivera Goersch (R), director of security at the Orlando International Airport, has her iris image checked by 'Clear', a new air safety device built by Verified Indentity Pass Inc. during a demonstration at the Orlando International Airport June 21, 2005. At left is Verified Identity Pass Inc.'s Xiomara Podhajser. For a fee, air travelers can enroll in a registered traveler program, submit biometric information (fingerprints and iris images), and if approved, take advantage of a 'fast lane' at airport security checkpoints. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
PHILIPPINES
RTRA7ME 
September 08, 2004 
Filipino celebrity Sarah Geronimo demonstrates the use of "biometrics" fingerprinting during its launch... 
Manila, Philippines 
Filipino celebrity Sarah Geronimo demonstrates the use of "biometrics" fingerprinting in Manila. 
Filipino celebrity Sarah Geronimo demonstrates the use of "biometrics" fingerprinting during its launch at the U.S. embassy in Manila September 8, 2004. The new fingerprinting procedure is part of the United States' Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act. REUTERS/Erik de Castro EDC 
US VISAS JAPAN
RTR6XL8 
July 20, 2004 
U.S. Ambassador to Japan Howard H. Baker, Jr. demonstrates using the new biometric visa technology at... 
Tokyo, Japan 
US AMBASSADOR BAKER DEMONSTRATES NEW BIOMETRIC VISA IN TOKYO. 
U.S. Ambassador to Japan Howard H. Baker, Jr. demonstrates using the new biometric visa technology at the U.S. embassy in Tokyo July 20, 2004. The new visa programme that requires a scan of two fingers from each visa applicant started on Tuesday. The United States is one of a group of countries that is introducing more stringent visa requirements to curb potential terrorists from entering countries on false passports. REUTERS/Franck Robichon/Pool FR/FA 
TECHNOLOGY COMDEX
RTRPFHI 
November 14, 2001 
Iridian Technologies Lina Page has the iris of her eye reflected in a
eye scanner that allows for physical... 
Las Vegas, United States of America 
IRIDIAN TECHNOLOGIES DISPLAYS BIOMETRICS SECURITY EYE SCANNING AT
COMDEX 2001. 
Iridian Technologies Lina Page has the iris of her eye reflected in a
eye scanner that allows for physical access as she demonstrates her
companies technology at Comdex 2001 in Las Vegas November 14, 2001. The
biometrics company can differentiate each individuals unique iris and
hope the technology will be used to help secure airports and border
control points. Comdex, the world's premier computer technology show
continues all week in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB 
RTRFN9J 
July 17, 1998 
Michael Takemura, of Compaq Computer Corporation holds the Compaq fingerprint identification technology... 
UNITED STATES 
COMPAQ COMPUTER INTRODUCES FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY. 
Michael Takemura, of Compaq Computer Corporation holds the Compaq fingerprint identification technology system, July 16 in New York. The product uses biometric security to replace passwords with fingerprints. The system, that sells for $99, is available in limited quantities. The fingerprint identification technology is designed for business customers who need network security. Compaq is the world's largest computer manufacturer with products sold in over 100 countries.

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